Chronicle of Higher Education

This week I'd like to touch on a two surveys related to adjuncts (and writing). The first is a recent survey done by The Chronicle of Higher Education. It's dated October 18, 2009, and it reviews data gathered from April through July of the same...

In September, there were pieces in The Chronicle (http://chronicle.com/article/An-Activist-Adjunct-Shoulde/48348/) and on InsideHigherEd.com (http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2009/09/10/maisto) about the New Faculty Majority. September, it seems, is the time of year when people’s thoughts turn.

Let's be honest; Pope Benedict XVI has little charisma. Whereas John Paul II was the Frank Sinatra of the Vatican, Pope Benedict is more the Joey Bishop of the Papal Ratpack. Be that as it may, the faculty and leaders of America's 200 Catholic universities...

It's easy to spread rumors. It's easy to take myths and, by constant repetition, give them the patina of reality. George W. Bush was a master at this artistic skill..

In the November 14th issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education sitting on my desk, the following headline is splashed across the front page: "Use of Part-Time Instructors Tied to.

I am happy to say that I have made the acquaintance of the editors of a lot of newspapers and magazines during the time I have published the Adjunct Advocate. As a rule, editors are a friendly lot, though some are more competitive than others,...
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