Adjunct leaders -- even as they push votes on collective bargaining -- are talking about how to maintain engagement with the rank-and-file well into the future.
Michigan colleges are assigning the hiring and payment of adjuncts to a third-party company. Administrators say it's a win-win, but adjunct advocates say it's a worrisome trend.
Cliffton Price considers the work adjuncts are asked to do after their courses (and compensation) are over.
AFT and Freelancers Union announce plan to give those off the tenure track the ability to buy insurance through groups, rather than individually.
Adjuncts protest unexpectedly small paychecks, alleged faculty "blacklist" at Northern New Mexico College.
Two adjuncts discuss how they balance their creative interests with course coverage obligations.
A former adjunct instructor and a student at Central Michigan U. clash over a fake Twitter account.
Adjuncts became the majority teaching force haphazardly over many decades, participants at TIAA-CREF symposium say. Now it's time to focus on creating better ways to employ the non-tenured.
A university's job ad requiring candidates for adjunct position to have published 25 books set off a frenzy online. Here's what happened.
As the academic leadership pipeline dries up, colleges should adjust their policies to give non-tenure-track faculty a better shot at administrative jobs, Kristan Venegas and Adrianna Kezar argue.
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