Whitman College Applies for Grant to Promote Adjuncts to Tenure-Track

The Office of Development and College Relations and Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty have been working together for slightly over a year to write a grant proposal for funds to offer eight new tenure-track positions to adjunct faculty members. If the Mellon Foundation, an organization based in New York, funds Whitman’s proposal, adding tenure-track positions could preserve Whitman’s course offerings. Whitman’s faculty, like the faculties at most other institutions of higher education, consists of both tenure-line (including tenured and tenure-track professors) and adjunct professors. Without a tenure-track position, adjunct faculty members can hold full-time teaching positions […]
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