by Shane Worrell with additional reporting by Chhay Channyda Corruption, funding shortages and an obsession with profit are plaguing the quality of university education in Cambodia, students say, driving them overseas.
By Krista Gjestland Many Eastern Michigan University faculty members have not been receiving their payroll on time. Several lecturers and union members spoke out on the issue during Thursday’s Board of Regents.
One morning recently, throngs of workers were rushing to their offices on the slippery road. But amidst them was a white-haired couple taking down a rain-soaked green-colored camping tent to.
The Allahabad High Court in Uttar Pradesh, India, has directed that 9,000 vacancies in the various affiliated degree colleges in the state be filled within a year. The court has.
A nationwide survey of foreign professors in Japan reveals that those who do the most work are younger, less experienced teachers either on limited-term or part-time contracts, rather than tenured.
by Christopher Cumo Like nearly every college and university, Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, California relies on part-time faculty. With 320 full-time faculty, the College employs 1100 part-time faculty, says adjunct.