A professional actress arrived late to the tenured ranks, but says she's early into a career in academe.
A Penn faculty committee votes against requiring information of all applicants, but some experts say that the questions should be asked of everyone.
Faculty groups fear federal court decision endangers the right of professors at public institutions to speak out on matters of campus policy.
Florida State U. has virtually eliminated a problem that plagues many campuses by charging instructors $10 per grade every time they miss a deadline for reporting students' scores.
Has the system become so flawed that it's not worth it any more? Why are some tenured, liberal professors challenging what others long for?
Sudden increase in denials at Baylor follows apparent shift in standards that took place after candidates submitted their portfolios for review.
Colleges consider how to end salary compression and inversion – and whether it’s time to spend more on keeping faculty talent than getting new faculty talent.
AAUP points to gaps in pay for professors and presidents, and sees decline against inflation, but method of calculating total increase is questioned.
At Wheaton in Illinois, a professor resigns to avoid being fired under college policy on marriage.
Study finds high correlation between reviews on the Web site professors love to hate and in formal evaluation system used by 275 colleges.
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