by Joseph G. Ramsey, Ph.D. Having now re-read AdjunctNation's response to my essay "The Invisible Faculty," [Please note: this essay is behind a paywall.] and having had a chance to.
by Grace Karram Stephenson The plight of the part-time professor – often called sessional, contingent or precarious instructors – has become a hot topic in the past decade leading many to question.
by Jill Richardson Another semester is about to begin at the community college where I teach. Some of my students come from middle-class backgrounds. They went to excellent high schools,.
The AdjunctNation Editorial Team According to reporting on Chicagoist.com, groups demanding better treatment, pay and benefits for adjunct and part-time faculty in higher education held several demonstrations across the city.
by Diane M. Rubino When I first I started teaching, I knew what plagiarism meant and how it related to schoolwork. But student “cheaters” challenged my beliefs. I also assumed.
by Jennifer Jean This past May, I drove Professor Gwendolyn Rosemond home after she attended one of the bi-annual artist retreats I co-direct with my husband—we traveled along scenic route.