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Adjunctnation.com was published between 1992-2005 as Adjunct Advocate magazine in print. Now digital and print, AdjunctNation.com and AdjunctNation Quarterly serve higher education readers across the United States, Canada and Europe. Whether readers hold full-time or part-time temporary teaching appointments, AdjunctNation can keep them up to date on the latest higher education news, and connected to the professorate like no other online resource for temporary college faculty can. AdjunctNation.com and AdjunctNation Quarterly are read by temporary faculty from two- and four-year colleges and universities because we’ve got all the resources temporary faculty (all college faculty, really) need in one place.

 

 

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  • Twins Teach in Moldova

    by Pamela Dillon WHEN JENNIFER AND KATHLEEN Sooy were growing up in Centerville, Ohio, they spent many hours discussing politics around the dinner table. There was much to debate: foreign affairs, the Vietnam War and Watergate. They’ve shared everything, but most of all their interest in law and politics. That interest ultimately led to political science […]

  • Prof Punks Chem Students—Sends Imposter to Teach First Day of Class

    This prank is proof that any professorial-looking man with a bald head and khakis can walk to the front of a freshman chemistry class on the first day of college and have his way with the ignorant newcomers for as long as his gravitas will carry him. Or until the real professor walks in. The […]

  • Black Earth and Ivory Tower

    by Zachary Michael Jack, University of South Carolina Press, 2005. 312 pages. reviewed by Kathleen D. Kelsey Reading Black Earth and Ivory Tower reminds me of why I’m an academic and a hobby gardener and not a full-time farmer. In-between reading the 32 expertly written short essays, I pluck redbud seedlings out of my herb […]

  • 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: […]

  • Go Paperless: Put Your Course on CD

    by Judy Lever-Duffy, Ed.D. For faculty who choose to include numerous activities in their courses, one of the most bothersome aspects of preparing for classes is the many and frequent visits to the campus copy center. Whether copying handouts, diagrams, or student activities that a teacher needs to prepare materials, planning sufficient time to turn […]

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