by Brianna Foraker On Sunday, September 19th, the University of Michigan Lecturers’ Union (LEO – AFT MI Local 6244) announced ratification of the Union’s 2021-2024 contract. With a 96.6 percent.
by Meenakshi Sharma Rather than have students memorize definitions and facts about a science topic such as light, an effective teacher today would have students investigate various types of objects.
By Donovan Harrell and Susan Jones from the University Times After a years-long campaign, University of Pittsburgh faculty will finally get to vote on if they want to form a union.
by Robert Danisch The modern research university was designed to produce new knowledge and to pass that knowledge on to students. North American universities over the last 100 years have been exceptionally.
by Naomi S. Baron During the pandemic, many college professors abandoned assignments from printed textbooks and turned instead to digital texts or multimedia coursework. As a professor of linguistics, I have been studying.
by Keith Hoeller For nearly a decade, the American Federation of Teachers and the Washington Education Association have sought to replace the part-time faculty they represent with the full-time faculty.