Two years ago, student leaders at the Harvard Crimson campus newspaper called on faculty to hire more conservatives in the wake of a survey that found only 1.6 percent of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences identify as conservative or very conservative.
It’s 2021, and nothing much has changed.
The Crimson’s latest survey of faculty found just seven professors identify as “somewhat” or “very conservative,” roughly 3 percent of survey respondents.
Harvard University is creating a new position for its Ivy League campus: an “Associate University Librarian for Antiracism.”
The salary grade (061) for the position is listed between $133,300 to $240,300 per year.
The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of experience and demonstrate strong data analysis, leadership and administrative skills, according to Harvard officials.
During a 2014 speech at Harvard University, then-Vice President and current Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said that there is “nothing special about being an American” and that one cannot define “what an American is.”