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December 14, 2010

Penn State professors move to give more leeway to faculty members dealing with controversial issues.

December 9, 2010

It's time for a national organization, focused exclusively on collective bargaining for those off the tenure track, writes Keith Hoeller.

November 12, 2010

A 1980 Supreme Court decision largely blocked the unionization of faculty members at private colleges and universities, based on the idea that they had so much power that they effectively were part of management.

November 3, 2010

The State University of New York at Binghamton announced last week that it had agreed to a $1.2 million settlement that will lead to the departure of its suspended men's basketball coach, Kevin Broadus. Under Broadus, the basketball program achieved athletic success but found itself in the middle of a controversy over the admission of academically unprepared athletes and numerous arrests of players.

September 27, 2010
Coalition of academic groups starts national survey in effort to gain data to promote better treatment of those off the tenure track.
September 21, 2010

Some years back, faculty activists started talking about adjuncts as "freeway flyers" to reflect how they had to drive from campus to campus. Cyrus Duffleman is an abused adjunct, but he's not worried about exceeding the speed limit as he moves from one campus to another to another on his "long day" -- the day on which all of the various teaching and tutoring jobs he has landed require him to be present.

September 7, 2010

The only meaningful way to help adjuncts is to grant them tenure, writes Cary Nelson. And that will require full support from those who have tenure.

September 1, 2010

Just about any discussion of academic hiring these days, after the natural focus on the tight market, tends to come around to the issue of "dual career" hires or "partner accommodations." Most colleges say that they take the issue seriously and work hard to find positions for the partners of those being recruited. But what's the right way to do so?

August 17, 2010
Adjuncts consider outreach to their more privileged peers to better achieve labor goals.
August 16, 2010
At a meeting of advocates for those off the tenure track, two groups present ideas to improve job security, working conditions and pay.


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