Peter Wood reviews an exhibit of art at John Jay College by Guantanamo prisoners.
Peter Wood reviews Ruben Östlund's new movie on modern art.
NAS is sitting out Giving Tuesday.
Peter Wood reviews Jonathan Leaf's new play based on the feud between Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem.
NAS President Peter Wood writes on Thanksgiving.
Join us for an open house at our new office space in September.
Peter Wood reflects on NAS's mission in this "Word from the President."
Add an NAS report or one of Peter Wood's books to your summer reading list!
Visit us at 5th Avenue and 46th Street.
NAS is hiring an intern for the position of Development Assistant.
NAS staff say what they're thankful for this year.
Chance, Vo, and Michael are students who care about NAS's mission and have been working hard to support our work.
Join us in welcoming Spencer Kashmanian to the NAS team! If you appreciate Edmund Burke, Spencer may interest you with his studies of the Burkean.
NAS welcomes readers’ suggestions of titles for college common reading.
Scholar and author David Randall joins NAS's core team.
Dan Kemp begins as development assistant at the NAS.
Ashley Thorne takes on a new leadership position at the National Association of Scholars.
Joshua Bridges begins an internship as assistant to the president at NAS.
Marilee Turscak begins an internship in communications at NAS.
Rachelle DeJong begins her internship at NAS.
Tessa Carter begins her communications internship at NAS.
Peter Wood responds to another attack on NAS from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Peter comments on the Chronicle's article about NAS turning 25 and "showing its age."
The yearly incremental vote on new directors of the National Association of Scholars takes place in mid-December at a meeting of the board.
We will return to the office and return calls and emails as soon as possible.
Communications Intern Crystal Plum begins her work with NAS.
Michael Toscano, who is doing research for NAS's project "What Does Bowdoin Teach?", is joining the NAS staff full-time.
Peter Wood reviews the National Association of Scholars’ changing approach to reforming higher education.
On July 2, NAS will relocate from Princeton, New Jersey, to New York City.
NAS celebrates twenty-five years as an organization.
What’s an Obama Democrat doing on the board of the NAS?
Irving Louis Horowitz, who for decades was publisher, advisor, and contributor to Academic Questions died on March 21st. NAS chairman Steve Balch remembers him.
NAS member KC Johnson dissents from NAS's stance on the decision in Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley.
The NAS blog is ever more popular as gauged by visitor hits.
NAS now offers a sampling of statistics and charts on higher education.
NAS starts the conversation on what the sustainability movement is doing on campus.
NAS members and volunteers help keep an eye on what's happening at colleges and universities across the country.
NASNET is the free moderated email list hosted by the National Association of Scholars. Think of it as a butterfly net we use to scoop up lots of interesting finds and pass them on to you.
A report on NAS.org and other ways to stay current with our work for higher education reform.
A Chronicle article about the NAS's latest research report draws out the PC vigilantes. Peter Wood responds.
Report: NAS by the numbers in 2009
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NAS responds to accusations leveled at our article on Al Gore and global warming science.
As we head into the New Year, we look back on 30 of our most memorable articles this fall semester.
Time to get the word out about opening our membership "to those who are not in the academic world but care about the future of higher education."
Three comments responding to his article "The AAUP: A View From the Top."
President Peter Wood tells what's next for the National Association of Scholars and gives five ways new members can help our work.
With the transformation of our website over the last year, we feel a bit as if we have emerged from a gloomy June into a warm sunny day.
A nod to NAS as a dissenting voice.
Learn our secrets! Find what you missed in our first 400 articles. Browse by topic, by special series, by college/university, or by date.
NAS highlights new programs in American studies or Western civilization.
You don't have to fight the academic Left