2015 AAUP In the News

12.12.2013 | After Setbacks, Online Courses Are Rethought

Jonathan Rees, co-president of the Colorado AAUP conference tells New York Times readers, "It’s like, ‘The MOOC is dead, long live the MOOC.' At the beginning everybody talked about MOOCs being entirely online, but now we’re seeing lots of things that fall in the middle, and even I see the appeal of that.”

12.12.2013 | EMU Stands by EAA Partnership as Faculty Protest

Learn more about the EMU administration's agreement with the Education Achievement Authority and the opposition to it, including the EMU AAUP chapter's picket.

12.12.2013 | Against Academic Boycotts

Hank Reichman, AAUP first vice president and chair of the AAUP's Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure, explains why academic boycotts are a bad idea.


12.10.2013 | 2 New York City Colleges Draft Rules That Restrict Protests

Barbara Bowen, PSC-CUNY president, says, that “if CUNY is to be an intellectually vibrant university, it must recognize that ‘expressive activity’ is a vital part of campus life, not a danger to be confined to narrow limits.” Read about campus protests, and how CUNY is limiting the right of faculty and students to protest on campus.

12.09.2013 | Illinois-Chicago Faculty Votes to Authorize Strike

Faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago voted overwhelmingly last week to authorize a possible strike, following 17 months of contract negotiations.

12.09.2013 | 100 protest BGSU plan to cut 30-40 faculty jobs

Signs said the cuts would create larger class sizes, hurt the value of a BGSU degree, and cause students to take longer to graduate.

12.06.2013 | UNH Lecturers Seek to Form Union with AAUP

The union will bring a sense of fairness to lecturers, who haven’t had protection provided to them by the university, Deanna Wood, chapter president of the AAUP-UNH, said.