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AAUP Honors Harry Keyishian for His Legal Fight 50 Years Ago

BY JOHN K. WILSON

Harry Keyishian was a special honoree at the AAUP’s annual awards luncheon today ‘for his courage, integrity, and unstinting commitment to academic freedom.” 294 more words

Academic Freedom

Announcing the 2017-2018 Mellon University Press Diversity Fellows

SEATTLE, WA — The University of Washington Press, the MIT Press, Duke University Press, the University of Georgia Press, and the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) today announce the recipients of the 2017-2018 Mellon University Press Diversity Fellowships and future plans of the 2016-2017 Fellows. 664 more words

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AAUP Annual Conference Registration

This year’s Annual Conference on the State of Higher Education conference marks fifty years since the AAUP and four other groups issued a Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students… 382 more words

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A Working Summer for the AAUP

With the end of the academic term upon us, we wanted to reach out to let you know what the AAUP is working on, now and through the summer. 412 more words

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Sign to Support College For All Act

Access to free public higher education and strong protections for faculty? That’s a bill we can get behind.

Last month the AAUP endorsed the College for All Act, introduced by Sen. 227 more words

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New Perils for Academic Freedom for the Lecture Track at Emory

Of our 500-some faculty in the Emory College of Arts and Sciences, about 22% are on the lecture track. Many LTF spend their careers here and are vital members of our faculty, but they do not have the job security necessary for true academic freedom. 564 more words