Faculty Bias

Four Pitt faculty members have waded into the debate over alleged liberal bias among university faculty. This article (registration required), titled "Hide the Republicans, the Christians, and the Women: A Response to “Politics and Professional Advancement Among College Faculty,” challenges an earlier study that claims that university faculty who are political conservatives are systematically disadvantaged when it comes to professional advancement.

This gives me an excuse to link to Michael Berube's reaction to the PA House investigation of alleged faculty bias.

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