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Features

How Diversity Rhetoric Obscures Structural Inequities in Higher Education
A bureaucratic approach to diversity issues in higher education, combined with the ebbing of faculty power and status, is shaping how marginalized academics imagine themselves and their professional futures.
How (Not) to Corporatize a University
A university president’s imposition of corporate culture to usher in drastic institutional change is an assault on faculty participation in governance.
Learning through the Pandemic
Transactional online education is failing our students.
Apprehensions, Comprehensions, SARS-CoV-2
Conspiracy theory versus scientific method in a world gone viral.
A Dissenting View from the Humanities on the AAUP’s Statement on Knowledge
In defense of critical inquiry.
Some Exigent Words about Financial Exigency
The AAUP's policy on the role of faculty in situations of financial exigency has taken on new relevance and urgency as the coronavirus pandemic threatens the future of many higher education institutions.

Chapter Profile

Rutgers University AAUP-AFT
A profile of Rutgers AAUP-AFT chapters representing employees on all three campuses of Rutgers University.

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