2014 AAUP Updates

10.10.2012 | A Warm Welcome to Our Wright State Colleagues

Non-tenure-track full-time faculty at Wright State today voted overwhelmingly to be represented in collective bargaining by a local AAUP chapter.

09.27.2012 | AAUP Concerns Over Pathways Rekindled

The AAUP sent a letter to CUNY Chancellor Goldstein expressing concerns over an e-mail message from Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs Karen Steele threatening sweeping reprisals against the English department following its rejection of proposed curricular changes relating to the teaching of composition courses mandated under the Pathways initiative.

09.26.2012 | AAUP Welcomes New Editor for Journal of Academic Freedom

Ashley Dawson, a professor of English at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, has been named the editor of the AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom

09.07.2012 | The AAUP Stands with the Chicago Teachers Union

Chicago battle has important ramifications for all educators.  

08.29.2012 | Campaign for the Future of Higher Ed Releases Report on Contingent Faculty

A new report out from the Campaign for the Future of Higher Education focuses on problems faced by contingent faculty and their students at the start of the term. The report is based on a survey by the New Faculty Majority of five hundred faculty members.

08.02.2012 | Wayne State Faculty Need Your Help

The Wayne State faculty need your help NOW! Please join us in supporting the WSU Negotiating Team in their attempt to preserve tenure at the university.

08.01.2012 | Tentative Agreement Between CFA & CSU

The California Faculty Association (CFA) and the California State University announced a tentative agreement on the faculty contract. "It's a fair agreement in the context of hard times," said Lillian Taiz, of the California Faculty Association, "We are disappointed we were not able to get a raise, but that wasn't in the cards.

07.16.2012 | Protect Nondefense Discretionary Spending

The AAUP has joined with nearly three thousand national, state, and local organizations to support funding non-defense discretionary spending, or NDD. These programs reach every part of our lives, from public safety and infrastructure to research and education.

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