The plight of the faculty's invisible majority -- adjuncts -- takes center stage at collective bargaining conference.
Massachusetts union debates whether part-timers -- who are in the majority by far -- should get full vote in electing leaders.
After years of frustrating contract negotiations, president of U. of New Hampshire receives vote of "no confidence" -- but from union, not faculty senate.
Three days after conservative blogger posted videos of a course, an instructor is no longer employed -- even as university finds that statements were "distorted."
Professors at the University of Illinois at Chicago file petition for collective bargaining -- a rare move by the faculty at a research university.
Amid tough times for labor, intra-union strife besets graduate students in California.
Is faculty life, as it once was, officially a relic?
Leaders of faculty groups undertake campaign to chart a new future for public higher education -- and for the students at risk of being shut out.
After months of negotiations and looming threats, state lawmakers chart a more moderate course for collective bargaining for public employees.
Unhappy with how their leaders are chosen, adjuncts at California community college lead bid to decertify union and start a new one.
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