Terry Caesar considers the relationship between the traditional role of faculty wife and the role of today's adjunct.
At MLA meeting, panelists consider new ways to frame adjunct issues, as well as issues related to service requirements and new attempts to bridge the tenure-track/non-tenured divide.
Keith Hoeller writes that a review of the history of the push for adjunct equity suggests that it's time for some strategy adjustments.
AFT statement aims to reflect – and to promote strategies for fighting – challenges of faculty life today, especially off the tenure track.
Three years after part-time professors won recognition for their union, they don't have a contract.
Instructor at Southwestern Community College says he lost job for not taking Bible literally. Colorado AAUP says instructor lost job for taking faith too seriously.
Amy L. Wink considers the difference between "real" and not so real work, from the perspective of an adjunct with both kinds of experiences.
Rutgers agreement with faculty union pledges to create at least 100 new permanent faculty jobs over next 4 years.
When Colorado Christian University notified Andrew Paquin, an assistant professor of global studies, that his contract would not be renewed, he knew that not being sufficiently guided by Christ wasn't the problem. But it might have been that he wasn't sufficiently capitalist.
At a time that many professors fear that administrators don't value tenure, the headline on Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Web site seems like something that would draw applause: "Rensselaer to Review Faculty Governance to Strengthen Role of Tenured, Tenure-Track Faculty."
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