More medical schools offer better-balanced work-life policies to faculty, new study finds, but few actually use them.
System wants flexibility to eliminate jobs -- even if institutions do not declare "financial exigency."
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities:
--Kelly Connole, art--Melissa Eblen-Zayas, physics--Jessica Leiman, English--David Liben-Nowell, computer science
Surprise legislation -- based on newly adopted measure for K-12 -- would bar institutions from awarding continuing or long-term contracts.
Anna Maria College
--Carl Moxey, biology
--Quentin Duroy, economics--Isis Nusair, international studies and women's studies--Margot Singer, English--Marc Wiskemann, cinema
--Joseph Curran, religious studies--Thomas Hajkowski, history--Cynthia Glawe Mailloux, nursing
Saint Joseph College (Connecticut)
After consulting with college presidents, key committee chair says he won't advance bill.
--Helen C. Boucher, psychology--Gina A. Fatone, music--B. Christine McDowell, theater and rhetoric--Karen Melvin, history--Hiroya Miura, music
College of Saint Rose
New policy, adopted over faculty objections, gives divisions the option to extend probationary periods.
Administrators could -- under a new code -- scuttle academic programs and tenured positions because of “adverse financial conditions.”
--Francesca Abbate, English--Heath Massey, philosophy
Louisiana State University at Alexandria
--Alice Blackwell, English--Angela Bordelon. nursing--Lee Kneipp, psychology--Susan Myrick, education--Diann Norris, education--Debra Smith, nursing--Christopher Stacy, history
New Mexico State University
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