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Side-by-side photographs of people, a few wearing red, marching and holding up signs saying, among other things, "On Strike."

Part-Time Faculty Members Strike at Columbia College Chicago

The part-time faculty union launched a walkout Monday, sending strong demands to both the institution and its own members.

Carthage Profs Censure Leaders Over Teaching Load Increase

Carthage College’s full-time faculty members have overwhelmingly censured their president, John R. Swallow, and their provost/executive vice president for operations...
People sit in a large, full room, with some people standing in the back. Multiple individuals are holding protest signs, including one saying “We Demand Freeze Academic Transformation” and another saying “Gee You Drove Us in a Ditch.”

WVU Professors Get Their Layoff Notices

Amid the sweeping elimination of degree offerings and faculty members’ jobs at West Virginia University, professors are left with possibly hopeless appeals.

A redbrick building on Gettysburg College's campus.

Tenured Faculty Raises Alarm as Gettysburg Eyes Fewer Adjuncts

The Pennsylvania liberal arts college recently made headlines for closing its literary journal. Professors say they now fear more cuts.

A building on Emporia State University's campus.

Emporia State Cut Tenured Faculty. Enrollment Plunged.

Correlation doesn’t equal causation, but the Kansas university’s head-count troubles have worsened. Might other institutions following its example see a similar fate?

Protesters march, holding signs saying, "We R On Strike for a Better Rutgers."

Rutgers Senate Says It’s Lost Confidence in President

After a historic, triple-union strike ended in the spring, Jonathan Holloway has continued to alienate many faculty members and other campus constituents.

Dickinson State University musicians performing on their instruments, with "Welcome to Dickinson State University" and a hawk painted on the wall.

A Tenure Critic May Cut Faculty—by Ending Their Programs

Dickinson State University in North Dakota could lose its undergraduate degree offerings in English, math, music and other areas. 

A photo illustration of former Texas A&M president Kathy Banks

Getting Texas A&M Back on Track

Kathy Banks brought sweeping changes to Texas A&M University. Now, following her abrupt exit in July, a new report calls for a slate of course corrections.