At UI After Two Years "Best Practices Study" Changes Slow To Come For Non-Tenured Faculty

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by Christine Des Garennes When Dorothee Schneider talks to people outside of academia about her job as a full-time, nontenure-track professor, this is how she often describes it. “We teach 50 percent more classes than regular faculty, but we make only 50 percent of the annual salary of tenured colleagues in our field.” The Ph.D.-bearing historian, former Fulbright recipient and author of two published books in her field of labor and immigration has been teaching on and off at the University of Illinois since 1991, some years part time, some years full time. Since 2007, Schneider has been a full-time lecturer […]
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