Image:  A new research center has funded its first round of grants focused on how institutions, including higher education institutions, can harm the people who depend on them—and how they can do better. The Center for Institutional Courage, founded by Jennifer Freyd, a professor emerit of psychology at the University of Oregon, is focused on funding research on “institutional betrayal”—a term for when an institution causes harm to people who depend upon it—and what Freyd sees as its...


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