We discuss the College Cheating Scandal, in which several celebrities and wealthy people were caught using bribery and cheating to get their children into prestigious schools.
The University of California’s hard negotiations with the publisher Elsevier.
En el tercer episodio de Sociología con Acento conversamos con Mario Luis Small sobre el inicio de su pasión por la sociología, sus primeras lecturas e investigaciones, las dificultades de ser estudiante […]
How to deal with disappearing faculty lines?
We discuss how enrollments are collapsing at low-ranked universities.
A study shows that a Columbian business school’s placement outcomes soured after it cut core curricular requirements.
Gabriel discusses the UCLA campus Republicans’ internal debates about whether or not to invite Milo Yiannopoulos to speak.
The University of Wisconsin, Superior closes its sociology department. We ask whether this is a canary in a coalmine, or an idiosyncratic event.
Donnell Butler a Senior Dean at Franklin & Marshall, discusses the executive track as a career path for sociology academics, and how perspectives on higher ed differ between faculty and […]