Introducing HxA Campus Communities
Since 2015, HxA has connected professors, administrators, staff, and students who value open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement in higher education.
To advance that mission, HxA’s 5,000+ members have shared ideas, convened gatherings, developed tools, conducted research, and built communities organized by academic discipline and region.
Today, HxA announces a major next step in our work: the Heterodox Academy Campus Community Network.
HxA Campus Communities are groups of HxA members brought together on individual campuses. The mission of each HxA Campus Community is to promote the values of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement on their campus. These groups exist to support each other’s daily work, showcase and model HxA values, and improve institutional policies, practices, and culture.
The first cohort of Campus Communities will launch in January 2023. Each Campus Community will be led by two or three co-chairs from the campus, with financial and advisory support from HxA. Over time, these campus-based groups will grow and develop in different ways, based on the unique opportunities and challenges of each institution.
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