During the standard campus orientation, incoming students are looking forward to meeting new friends and scheduling classes for their very first semester. For hours on end, they participate in sessions, learning about university policy as…

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Spelman College Week: Viveka Borum Brown, associate professor in the department of mathematics, explores feelings of isolation among Black women majoring in math. Learn more about the Academic…

By Shanna Swendson, @ShannaSwendsonPart of The Writer’s Life Series JH: Managing time is one of the more difficult things about being a writer. Shanna Swendson shares tips on how to keep writing, and how to stop the…

Courtesy of IE School of Architecture & Design Florian Schaffner has had a passion for architecture ever since his childhood. After he finished his bachelor’s degree in business at IE University, he went straight on…

Female economists probably didn’t need a quantitative study to know that they get asked more questions when presenting than their male counterparts. Indeed, many female academics are familiar with manterruptions, an offshoot of the mansplaining…

Today on the Academic Minute: Deborah Bennett, professor of liberal arts at the Berklee College of Music, explores limits of teaching languages with only masculine or feminine pronouns. Learn more about the Academic Minute here.…

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Scripps College Week: Nancy Neiman, the Mary Wig Johnson Professor of Teaching, explains why we can't count on free markets to erase social injustices. Learn more about the…