Professional association and union will now be legally separate in ways association leaders hope will bolster both. Joint organizing seen increasing with AFT.
New analysis of start of academic careers finds gender equity except at research universities, where women face 9% deficit. Black and Latino professors found to earn more than others.
At Moore College of Art, professor goes from receiving glowing evaluations to being fired -- after he becomes union president.
With the promise of higher salaries, new programs lure psychologists, sociologists and others into colleges of business.
As activists gather from across North America, they point to breakthrough contracts -- but face tensions over unions' role and how to best make their case.
Faculty group turns to professor who studies professors and their working conditions as its next general secretary. Plus a podcast interview with Gary Rhoades.
Faculty and staff at public research universities will be the focus of drive to expand collective bargaining.
After faculty dispute, Towson compromises on how to distribute raises, while Temple attempts to shift entirely to "pay per performance."
At national meeting of higher ed HR leaders, one gives jeremiad about the treatment of non-tenure-track faculty and urges colleges to act now to protect "abused" class of workers.
Google reaches a landmark settlement with publishers who sued over its massive book digitization project, but the central legal questions of the case remain unanswered.
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