To achieve our goal of creating an academic culture where different points of view are valued in the pursuit of knowledge, discovery, growth, and innovation, we focus our work on four areas.
We gather and publish data through our annual Campus Expression Survey. Throughout the year, we amplify mission-oriented research on our HxA Blog and from our Center For Academic Pluralism.
We elevate the voices of our team and our members in the national media and on our own channels to demonstrate the value of heterodox thinking in the academy.
We work with our HxA members to organize events, workshops, and communities to advance the principles of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement across higher education.
We put our mission into practice by providing support, tools, and resources to help members engage in work to promote HxA values in their disciplines and on their campuses.
Campus Expression Survey
Our annual Campus Expression Survey provides benchmark data that charts trends and progress from the student perspective. The results are one indicator whether our core principles are being valued in classrooms and on campuses across the country.
2022 Annual Report
HxA is led by scholars, civic leaders, and business professionals dedicated to improving higher educational institutions by increasing open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement. Review our FY2022 Annual Report to gain a better understanding of how we are advancing our mission.
The HxCommunities Flexible Funding Opportunity (FFO) program invested $380K across 24 member projects for campus-based and professional community activities. Find a curated selection of FFO projects below:
Your generosity supports our non-partisan efforts to advance the principles of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement to improve higher education and academic research.