AdjunctNation Adjunct Salary Survey

AdjunctNation Adjunct Salary Survey

This is our Salary Survey.  Please feel free to share it using the social media buttons above. This survey seeks to collect, compile, analyze and publish compensation data for non-tenured teaching faculty at individual U.S. colleges and universities. AdjunctNation.com is conducting a series of surveys in order to collect information about the professional lives and […]

Columbia College of Chicago PTers’ Union Disaffiliates from NEA & Battles College

Columbia College of Chicago PTers’ Union Disaffiliates from NEA & Battles College

by Deanna Isaacs In 2013, things were looking up at Columbia College. After several years of dicey relations between the administration and P-fac—the part-time faculty union that represents the majority of Columbia’s teachers—a new college president, Kwang-Wu Kim, was in place. It seemed to P-fac’s president, Diana Vallera, like the beginning of a new, much […]

While Adjunct Activists Criticize Unified Locals, Temple U. PTers Vote to Join FT Faculty Union

While Adjunct Activists Criticize Unified Locals, Temple U. PTers Vote to Join FT Faculty Union

Philadelphia Magazine reported on Dec. 2 that the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board “tallied secret ballots cast by adjunct faculty at Temple in an election earlier this fall, and those faculty are now represented by the Temple Association of University Professionals, the union that previously represented only full-time faculty.” Adjuncts at Temple had protested in favor […]

PC Culture on College Campuses—Who’s to Blame?

PC Culture on College Campuses—Who’s to Blame?

by Ramesh Ponnuru Is political correctness on campus a real problem? Tellingly, it is less often defended than it is minimized. In the 1990s, it was sometimes dismissed as a conservative “myth.” In recent months — with students demanding resignations, apologies and various other concessions from their administrators over perceived slights — liberals have bent over backward […]

For Faculty: A Closer Look at the Yik Yak App

For Faculty: A Closer Look at the Yik Yak App

by Virginia Postrel Yik Yak is a social-media app that in just two years has become an everyday part of the American college experience. If you’ve heard of it, chances are you think it’s awful. It has a terrible reputation as adangerous source of vitriol, threats and ethnic slurs — a reputation only strengthened by recent […]