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AAUP and California U Faculty Associations Join Forces (With No Mention of Adjuncts)

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The AAUP and the Council of University of California Faculty Associations (CUCFA) are joining forces in defense of academic freedom , shared governance and the economic security of those who teach and conduct research. The press release, below, has no mention of adjunct, contingent or part-time faculty. The following is the text of a media release […]

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George Mason U Students Study Their Adjuncts

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Molly Greenberg A new George Mason University study on adjunct faculty may be the “most comprehensive study of one institution’s adjunct faculty working conditions ever.” The report, appropriately named “Indispensable but Invisible,” is based on a survey completed by 241 adjunct at George Mason and conducted by the Public Sociology Association made up of George […]

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Tufts’ Adjunct Faculty Receive a Big Win with 22% Pay Increase & Improved Job Security

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by Lauren Landry Part-time professors at Tufts University will be receiving higher pay and improved job security. More than 95 percent of roughly 200 adjunct faculty members approved a union contract Friday that could have a significant impact on negotiations at other colleges in the Boston area. The three-year agreement guarantees all part-time faculty will […]

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  • DC Adjuncts Aiming to Bargain Unprecedented Citywide Contract

    George Washington University adjuncts and their D.C. colleagues could earn more if they succeed in creating a city-wide contract, which local faculty leaders have proposed for the past two years. Adjunct professors’ plans to negotiate a city-wide contract have dragged on because leaders must first wait for adjunct faculty at every university to form unions. But they […]

  • 1,300+ Kent State Adjuncts Rebuffed by AFT/NEA/AAUP Affiliate With United Steel Workers

    by Alex Delaney-Gesing Traci West doesn’t teach film courses in Kent State’s Journalism and Mass Communication program for the money. She teaches because it’s what she wants to do with the rest of her life. “I love what I do — I really do. I love being able to talk film with my kids,” she said. […]

  • Managing Hot Moments in the Classroom

    by Lee Warren Sometimes things seem to explode in the classroom, and what do we do then? Knowing strategies for turning difficult encounters into learning opportunities enables us to address important, but hot, topics – religion, politics, race, class, gender – in our classroom discussions. Hot moments occur when people’s feelings – often conflictual – […]

  • Myth, Reality and Reform: Higher Education Policy in Latin America

    by Mark J. Drozdowski Contrary to a narrowly held belief, people in Latin America don’t speak Latin. If you’re so inclined, however, you could study the dead language at one of the region’s colleges and universities, the subject of  Myth, Reality and Reform: Higher Education Policy in Latin America. A product of editors Claudio de Moura Castro and Daniel C. Levy, the book […]

  • Quick Hits for Educating Citizens

    Quick Hits for Educating Citizens by James L. Perry and Steven G. Jones, Indiana University Press, 2006. 192 pages. reviewed by Silvia Foti In today’s real-world, real-time academic climate, in which faculty are expected to teach beyond the textbook so that students can apply their skills outside of the classroom, Quick Hits for Educating Citizens: […]

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