Skip to comments.Conservative University’ aims to bring a right-of-center balance to campus
Posted on 06/19/2014 12:35:31 PM PDT by Academiadotorg
College campuses across the country are filled with professors that strive to enhance the lives of their students through education. However, its no secret that many of these educators teach their courses from their own left-of-center perspective.
Accuracy in Academia is launching a new online education initiative called Conservative University to promote conservative principles that arent part of the debate at many schools. The program will launch this Friday at the Network of enlightened Womens national conference in Washington, D.C., and will be offered for free online. The first course is entitled Sex, Lies & Womens Studies.
Weve been covering womens studies for decades. AIA decided it was about time to tell the other side of this story, said Malcolm Kline, Executive Director of AIA in a press release. Were proud of our faculty of successful female leaders and scholars who participated in order to correct the historical record about feminism and current womens studies programs.
Sex, Lies & Womens Studies aims to expose misinformation taught in womens studies programs. Topics will include feminism, pay equality, healthcare freedom, the so-called War on Women, the history of womens studies and the lack of intellectual diversity on campuses. The instructors for the course are Karin Agness, Mona Charen, Diana Furchgott-Roth, Hadley Heath, Kate Obenshain, and Star Parker.
We hope to give students a chance to fact-check what their professors are telling them and everyone a chance to hear what six very accomplished women have to say, Kline added in an email to Red Alert Politics.
The course will be offered at http://www.conservativeuniversity.org/. Additional courses will be released on a rolling schedule.
Dang, they sure picked a tough subject matter to broach.
Good luck with that.
Long overdue, but the knives will be out for back-stabbing aplenty!
Wow, pretty good line-up of teachers...
They have had liberal arts and industrial arts so why not some conservative arts?
In an era where the average millennial knows more about “climate change” than the US Constitution, a welcome addition.
The next course they should offer is 'Defense Against The Dark Arts'. Students could learn ways to combat collectivism, communism, fascism, feminism, homosexualism, 'special rights-ism', etc.
re: The next course they should offer is ‘Defense Against The Dark Arts’.
Sounds like a Harry Potter class.
The credits should be transferable to liberal arts colleges, right?
Yeah, I ripped it off from Harry Potter, but I can't think of a better name for such a class....
I have to agree with you there!