Changes Coming to Academe

By Michael Ferguson

Changes are in store for Academe in the new year. In January, the digital edition of Academe, available online at, will have a new look and new features that will enable us to publish articles more frequently, to address current events more quickly, and to highlight content from the Academe archives and Academe Blog. AAUP members will receive email newsletters with links to new articles and other content.

The print edition of the magazine will be published on a quarterly rather than bimonthly basis beginning in 2019. The winter, spring, and fall issues will include the same insightful features, book reviews, and columns that Academe readers have come to expect, and the Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors—the annual compilation of AAUP policy documents and reports—will be published as the summer issue of the magazine. The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, previously published as the March– April issue, will be released online in the spring and later included in the Bulletin. This change will allow us to make data from the AAUP Faculty Compensation Survey available to the academic community earlier than in years past.

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