Tufts' Adjunct Faculty Receive a Big Win with 22% Pay Increase & Improved Job Security

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by Lauren Landry Part-time professors at Tufts University will be receiving higher pay and improved job security. More than 95 percent of roughly 200 adjunct faculty members approved a union contract Friday that could have a significant impact on negotiations at other colleges in the Boston area. The three-year agreement guarantees all part-time faculty will receive at least one-year contracts. By the end of their contract period, adjuncts with more than four years of service will be eligible for two-year appointments, while those with eight years of experience will be up for three-year appointments. What’s more, part-time lecturers will receive […]
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