George Mason U Students Study Their Adjuncts

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Molly Greenberg A new George Mason University study on adjunct faculty may be the “most comprehensive study of one institution’s adjunct faculty working conditions ever.” The report, appropriately named “Indispensable but Invisible,” is based on a survey completed by 241 adjunct at George Mason and conducted by the Public Sociology Association made up of George Mason graduate students. The results were extremely telling of the plight of adjuncts these days, shedding some light on a segment of college faculty members normally neglected when it comes to work benefits – even though they make up the majority of professors employed by […]
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