Eating Well in Academe

In an era when college tuition increases outpace the rate of inflation and universities continue to rely heavily on the part-time professors who routinely make up 40 percent or more of their collective faculties, it’s alarming, if not surprising, to discover that the ten top-earning presidents of our public universities are raking in, on average, $648,233 a year (not including compensation from other sources, such as corporate board memberships and the use of presidential housing and transportation). Meanwhile, adjuncts who enjoy eating regular meals are still boiling water for ramen. Given their present per-course rates of pay, they’d better. Based […]
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