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Bibliography: Bullying, mobbing and workplace harassment in PSE institutions

I’ve compiled a short bibliography of sources about workplace harassment in academia; this is what I had saved in Zotero, and I’m sharing it because there’s a… 33 more words


Convocation Speaker Announced

DYSTOPIA–Rudyard “Red” Neckerson, author of Git ’em In, Git ‘er Done, Git ’em Out: The Low Road to Higher Graduation Rates, will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Dystopia College faculty convocation, Provost Eddina Field announced today. 198 more words

Uber Task Force Appointed

DYSTOPIA–A new Uber Task Force on Task Forces and Committees has been appointed by Dystopia College Provost Dr. Eddina Field and charged  with “examining the college’s task force and committee structure and making recommendations for renaming  currently inactive committees to make them sound more dynamic and forming new committees and task forces that might have become necessary as a result of existing committees and task forces not having done anything.” 173 more words

Professor Fired, Hired, Fired, etc.

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College President Overly Payeed-Admyn confirmed today reports that almost-tenured Asst. Prof. of Psychology  Sigourney Froyt has been fired and re-hired eleven times during the last month. 587 more words

Administration Mandates New "Course Outcomes"

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College faculty will be required to write new “outcomes”–a list of desired student learning outcomes–for every course in its catalog, according to Dr. Numbah Karuncha, the college’s director of assessment assessment. 126 more words

Dystopia Streamlining the Student Experience

DYSTOPIA–This year’s freshman class at Dystopia College will be the first group of students to participate in a new program “designed to streamline the college experience for incoming students,” according to Dystopia Provost Eddina Field. 285 more words

New Financial Aid Program Introduced

DYSTOPIA–Concerned about the rising costs of education and student debt, Dystopia College administrators have announced a new kind of financial aid program for students.

Under the new program, to be known as Indentured Servitude (IS), Dystopia students will be able to receive free or discounted tuition in exchange for their signature on a legal contract to work without pay for the college for ten years after graduation, doing whatever kind of work the college determines to be appropriate. 80 more words