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Adjuncts host info table outside Hoover

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Adjunct professors across the nation walked out of their classrooms in solidarity with each other to call attention to low wages and poor working conditions on Wednesday, Feb. 323 more words


In Delaware, Dramatically Different Conceptions of the Current State and the Future Prospects of Higher Education

Earlier this month, Dr. Patrick T. Harker, President of the University of Delaware, wrote an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer expressing his views of the American university and the faculty of the University of Delaware.  1,784 more words


Labor Relations Progress and Updates

In my October 2014 blog I shared my thoughts on interest-based bargaining (IBB) and encouraged the University and AAUP to consider this approach.  The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service…

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News And Updates

AAUP Statement on the Proposed Closure of the University of North Carolina Law School Poverty Center

The following statement was issued today, February 24,  by the American Association of University Professors.  A media release may be found here

This statement from the national office of the American Association of University Professors is sent on behalf of the local AAUP chapters at University of North Carolina institutions and the statewide North Carolina conference of the AAUP and is addressed to the UNC Board of Governors. 1,095 more words


Reminder: SAC AAUP new member reception today at 3:15pm

Ready to join SAC AAUP?

A new member reception will be held at SAC on:

Day: Monday, February 16, 2015
Time: 3:15pm-5pm
Place: MLC 208 (library classroom) 10 more words


SAC AAUP Spring Membership Drive

Why join AAUP?

Joining the AAUP says that you’re concerned about academic freedom, and about the way that basic freedom protects your teaching and research. 283 more words