A professor at Columbus State Community College was allegedly the target of retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights, in part by expressing his anti-abortion views.
An adjunct professor of physics at the College of San Mateo was allegedly the target of retaliatory harassment after protesting the conversion of campus green space into a parking lot.
An adjunct instructor at the University of Indiana South Bend was denied a full-time position, allegedly in retaliation for her views on abortion.
An adjunct professor of history was removed from teaching and investigated after prompting a class to consider the “positives and negatives” of the Columbian Exchange.
A journalist who worked on the controversial “The 1619 Project” was denied tenure by the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Board of Trustees.
A lecturer at UCLA’s Anderson School of Business was placed on mandatory leave after he refused to change his final exam procedures in the wake of the civil unrest following George Floyd’s murder.
A theater director at Muscatine Community College was blocked from producing a play by administrators.
A visiting professor at the University of Colorado Boulder had his duties stripped from him after appearing at the January 6 rally that preceded the Capitol violence.
A professor at San Jose Community College was denied an offer employment due to remarks she made in class concerning the role of genetics in sexual orientation.
Sociology adjunct is fired from private university after tweeting that Hurricane Harvey “felt like” Karma for Texas residents who voted for Republicans.