At Elon College Faculty Union Pushes to Protect Non-Tenured Faculty

Elon University’s faculty union, Elon Faculty Forward, proposed their “Humane Budget” to the university in early May. The proposal outlines how the union wants the university to protect non-tenured faculty in light of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the proposal document.  Catherine Bush, assistant professor of biology and union member since its inception in 2018, said the number one reason for both the “Humane Budget” proposal and the faculty union is job security for non-tenured faculty at Elon. “We surveyed adjuncts and found that [62%] of them said that job security is the number one issue,” Bush said. “And through COVID-19, […]
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