Category Archives: Hostility and Violence on Campus

Coping with Sexist Politics in the Academy

Sexist Politics Permeate Higher Education In my last blog I summarized some of the sexist politics I faced in my career.  So many people have asked me, “Why did you stay?  When the heat was on and you were crying … Continue reading

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Students Who Should Not Enroll in College!

Disruptive Students Ruin the College Learning Environment Today almost anyone can go to college.  Federal, state, and college loan programs make obtaining an education a reality.  What a deal!  When I entered college, we had to compete academically in order … Continue reading

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Part Two: The Bureaucats. Bullying is the Name of the Game

The public is unaware of the lethal and brutal war zone faced by faculty and academic departments or programs.   Bureaucats pit department against department in a conflict and race for funds or support. Fearing the sidelining or elimination of … Continue reading

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