Several students are protesting the decision by Boston College to not renew the contract of an adjunct professor in its School of Theology and Ministry who has openly questioned why.
By Randy Eldridge My first teaching interview! I was so excited. The Department Chair had called me within a week of me sending in my resume asking me if I.
A few months ago during a flurry of online colleagues searching for new jobs, the subject of using a teaching philosophy came up in the faculty forums. I am perplexed.
After working for twenty-five years in the financial services industry I started on my quest to change careers and entered into the teaching field during the fall of 2008. I.
I had planned to write this week about how to avoid burning bridges with colleges if someone has to turn down a class. Then, the phone rang at 8:30 this.
On April 20th, a fellow writing for The Chronicle of Higher Education in a column called the "Two-Year Track" published an essay titled "Why Adjuncts Have an Edge (Except When.