As the issue of viewpoint diversity becomes more prominent in both higher education circles and the public conversation, Heterodox Academy contributors are frequently being asked to write thought pieces for local and national media outlets while our initiative is getting increased focus from reporters and writers. We invite you to browse our coverage below.

For Media Inquiries: Please email Jeremy Willinger, Communications Director for Heterodox Academy

Reporters and writers are encouraged to browse this curated reading list by Jonathan Haidt to gain context of the issues impacting intellectual diversity.

College Campus Viewpoint Diversity and Free Speech: HxA member panel discuss free speech on American campuses.

Academic Participants: Mark Lilla, Nadine Strossen, April Kelly-Woessner and Samuel Abrams. The conversation was introduced by Jonathan Haidt, author of The Righteous Mind

Colleges Pledge Tolerance for Diverse Opinions, But Skeptics Remain (by Doug Belkin, June 23, 2017)
About our Guide to Colleges
Q&A with Heterodox Academy: A New Champion for Viewpoint Diversity (May 15, 2017)
The Opening of the Liberal Mind (by Michael S. Roth May 11, 2017) [paywall]
Highlights our Viewpoint Diversity Experience
Jonathan Haidt on the Cultural Roots of Campus Rage (by Bari Weiss, April 2, 2017)
Northwestern student government endorses free speech, viewpoint diversity (March 17, 2017)
Campuses take a stand when protests go too far (by Stacy Teicher Khadaroo, March 17, 2017)
Highlights our Heterodox University initiative
NYTLogoThe Dangerous Safety of College (by Frank Bruni, March 12, 2017)
HxA is featured with quotes by members Jon Haidt and John McWhorter:
Jon Haidt discusses recent events at Middlebury College with Frank Bruni on the March 6, 2017 episode
Academics find voice in struggle against ‘intolerant left’ on campus (by Tom Whipple, February 25, 2017)
Highlights Heterodox Academy
NYTLogoHow to Make Sense of College Rankings (by Frank Bruni, October 30, 2016)
Highlights our Guide to Colleges
How Heterodox is Your University? (October 24, 2016)
Make your school the first Heterodox University
 (August 23, 2016)
NYTLogoA Confession of Liberal Intolerance (by Nicholas Kristof, May 8, 2016)
Our response in support of the ideas in his piece by Jonathan Haidt
Wash Post logo BlackWilliam F. Buckley Program at Yale hosts its second annual ‘Disinvitation Dinner’
(by contributor Nicholas A. Rosenkranz, May 2, 2016)
The dramatic shift among college professors that’s hurting students’ education (by Christopher Ingraham, January 11, 2016)
Heterodox Academy (by contributor Nicholas A. Rosenkranz, September 15, 2015)
washtimeslogoConservative ideas needed on campus as counterweight to progressive orthodoxy
(by Bradford Richardson, May 8, 2016)
AmericanInterestSaving the Academy From Itself (September 17, 2015)