Bloggers Under Fire
Jeffrey Beall has criticized the publisher on his blog. The company, based in India, says his comments are criminal under Indian law.
Some librarians say the founder of Edwin Mellen Press is a bully for his legal threats against bloggers who criticize his company. But he says he's the one being bullied.
Breaking the Silence
Discussions about socioeconomic class, once taboo, are taking hold on some campuses.
- 'Little Tricks' Help Disadvantaged Students Find Career Paths
- How Much Do You Pay for College?
Use The Chronicle's exclusive tool to explore the salaries of chief executives at 191 research institutions—and to get a sense of what the numbers mean.
- The Million-Dollar Men
- Penn State's Farewell Payout to Spanier Made Him Best-Paid Public-College President
- For Many Public-College Presidents, Homes Don't Count in Pay Packages
In the News
More than 150 scientists and 75 groups issued a declaration blaming the measure for dangerous distortions in financing and hiring in science.
The classic arrangement of buildings around a green may have its roots in an architect's plans for a New York college.
- Yale U. Is Fined $165,000 Under Crime-Reporting Law
- House Panel Approves Market Approach to Student-Loan Interest Rates
- Survey Examines British Academics' Use of Digital Tools
- 'The Strangest Conference I Ever Attended'
- Holistic Mental-Health Care Can Earn Colleges a New Accolade
- Florida Atlantic U. Chief Cites Crushing Media Scrutiny in Resignation