Higher Education

‘Diversity’ officials seek to transform OU

Based on figures reported by OU officials, student interest in “diversity, equity and inclusion” (DEI) training is apparently not widespread without a mandate.

Ray Carter
April 5, 2021
Higher Education

‘Living beyond gender’: UCO faculty discuss pronoun use

“Pronouns in the Classroom” was the subject of a recent virtual roundtable discussion among University of Central Oklahoma faculty and staff.

Staci Elder Hensley
March 23, 2021
Higher Education

Ombudsman could protect science from the ‘social justice’ revolution

The Oklahoma legislature should reform public universities as a whole.

David Randall, Ph.D.
March 16, 2021
Higher Education

OSU ‘diversity training’ says gender is ‘not only male and female’

Students at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater are required to take at least two courses that may have nothing at all to do with their major or minor fields of study in order to satisfy the university’s most recent “diversity and inclusion” benchmarks.

Mike Brake
March 12, 2021
Higher Education

Woke biology: Politicization comes to the hard sciences

The politicization of science education threatens Oklahoma’s liberty and prosperity alike.

David Randall, Ph.D.
March 9, 2021
Higher Education

OU ‘diversity’ mandate launched after Paycom demand

Paycom is just one of many large corporate entities to use its financial influence to try to reshape both academia and broader society to conform to such concepts. It’s a trend that worries many citizens, including those working in higher education across the country.

Ray Carter
March 8, 2021
Higher Education

East Central University draws civil-rights complaint

East Central University comes in conflict with Title VI and Title IX over race and gender discrimination.

Brandon Dutcher
March 2, 2021
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