Lectors and Lecturers Get a Voting Voice

Starting next year, the crowd at the now scantly attended monthly Yale College faculty meetings may grow a bit bigger. At its last meeting of the fall semester, College faculty members unanimously decided to extend voting rights at future faculty meetings to full-time lectors and lecturers on multi-year contracts, in addition to all junior and senior professors, Yale College Dean Peter Salovey said. Previously, invitations to the faculty meetings — and voting rights at the meetings — were extended only to permanent faculty members and residential-college deans. Following today’s decision, approximately 120 full-time language lectors and lecturers will be invited […]
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