by Devon Price I’ve been a psychology professor since 2012. In the past six years, I’ve witnessed students of all ages procrastinate on papers, skip presentation days, miss assignments, and.
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.
As college faculty and administrators edge toward the Fall 2021 semester, they’re grappling with COVID-19. Administrators are weighing whether to make vaccinations mandatory — or just strongly encourage — students to be.
by Sahomi Nishimoto The education ministry has begun investigating Kagawa University in western Japan following the finding that it has left classes in the hands of about 400 part-time lecturers.
Changes in the university’s healthcare plan have largely affected workers at Parsons School of Design, where part-time faculty make up at least 85% of the teaching staff. by Valentina Di.