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Blaming the (faculty) victim

I’m not sure what causes the popularity of things to spike on the internet, so I don’t know why this three-year-old article about Rachel Tudor at Southeastern Oklahoma State University has been making the rounds recently. 396 more words

Memoirs Of A SLACer

Sharing the Stand

A few weeks ago I had an interesting modeling first. I’ve been doing a good amount of work for the University of Southern Maine lately, and after one gig the professor took me aside to tell me next time I would be modeling with another person.  578 more words

Letter to USM President from Women Faculty at Merrimack College

The letter below was sent this morning to University of Southern Maine President Theodora Kalikow, protesting the recent action she has taken against faculty. A total of 39 women faculty at Merrimack College–tenured, tenure-track, and contingent–signed their names to this excellent statement. 431 more words


Maine is not so far from New Brunswick

Open letter from Lucinda Cole of the University of Southern Maine to a student

The following open letter has been linked and shared many, many times since being published yesterday: 1,295 more words


Cops and Robbers at the University of Southern Maine

This guest post was written by Michael DeCesare, Chair of the Department of Sociology at Merrimack College and President of the AAUP Chapter there.

At a special meeting of the University of Southern Maine (USM) faculty senate on March 14th, USM President… 661 more words


Fresh audio product

Just uploaded to my radio archives:

March 27, 2014 Philip Shelley on firing tenured faculty in Maine (for more search this Twitter hashtag) •  28 more words


Students and Faculty Demonstrate against Austerity Cuts in Maine

An article published yesterday by Portside in Portland, Maine, opens:

“Faculty and students launched an occupation of a Maine university building Friday to demand a halt to mass faculty layoffs and department slashes that they say are part of the austerity cuts devastating public education nation-wide. 859 more words