Targeting Scholars

 From the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: Scholars have long been targeted for sanction by ideological adversaries. However, some worrying trends are emerging.[1] The current research reveals that since 2015 targeting incidents are on the rise and are...

Higher Education Earmarks

Alexis Gravely at Inside Higher Ed: The House Appropriations Committee has approved more than $272 million in funding through earmarks that would go to projects at 228 colleges and universities, according to an analysis conducted by Inside Higher Ed. The earmarks span...

Veterans in Higher Education Leadership

Barrett Y. Bogue and Dr. Andrew Morse at the Center for a New American Security: Using a semi-structured qualitative interview design of currently serving higher education leaders and practitioners with prior military service, this paper identifies the reasons why...

Harvard’s Lack of Intellectual Diversity

The Harvard Crimson reports on a poll of the university’s faculty: An overwhelming majority of faculty members who took the survey broadly characterized their political leanings as “liberal” or “very liberal” — forty-one percent of faculty responded they are...

Pepperdine DC Policy Scholars Program

The Pepperdine School of Public Policy Washington, DC Policy Scholars Program explores topics typically untouched by Washington, DC-based policy studies programs, pushing its participants to better understand the vital interconnection between culture, history, and...