Female academics saw their own experiences in the vice presidential debate's gendered and racialized dynamics.
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During Wednesday night's vice presidential debate, professors from around the country sounded off on social media.
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Princeton settles with federal government in pay gap case and will pay more than $1 million to female faculty.
Facebook has said it will stop running all political and social-issue adverts after polls close in the US presidential election on 3 November.
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In an op-ed, the UC-Berkeley law school dean advocated for Democrats to increase the size of the Supreme Court.
Ohio officials want to establish an agreement between universities that would set the ground rules for sharing intellectual property, in hopes of spurring more commercialization.