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By Halee Gray Scott

While I was getting my PhD, I worked as an adjunct professor at a Christian college, averaging over 60 working hours per week. Since those hours were spread over three departments, I wasn’t considered full-time and didn’t receive benefits. During one Christmas celebration . . .

By Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Historian Jennifer Woodruff Tait and her professor husband see a critical need for the study of history, but find the modern academic system all but incompatible with family life.

After Francis Su gave his lecture accepting the Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished Teaching of Mathematics, he had so many requests for the text that he shared it...

By Kate Peterson

An assistant professor in the humanities writes about her thoughts and prayers as she begins the new semester.

By Sharon Gartland

As a lecturer in a graduate school program at a major university, I've become pretty comfortable giving out grades...

By Dorothy Boorse

I read the recent report in Christianity Today, The Benevolent Sexism at Christian Colleges, with interest. It had created a buzz amongst both men and women friends...

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