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    market and other topics Learn More Faculty Compensation Survey Our survey includes data on more than 375 000 full time faculty making it the largest independent faculty compensation survey in the United States And it is the only survey of its kind to include extensive information on benefits Learn More One Faculty Campaign Through the One Faculty campaign AAUP staff leaders and members are working together to develop tools that faculty can use on our campuses to gain concrete improvements in job security and working conditions for faculty on contingent appointments Learn More AAUP in the News Wed 02 10 2016 The New York Times Newspaper Adviser Is Fired After Students Scoop Roils Maryland Campus On Monday the president of Mount St Mary s University in Maryland fired two faculty members without notice or faculty review Tue 02 02 2016 The Columbia Missourian University Professors Organization Calls for Melissa Click s Reinstatement Hans Joerg Tiede associate secretary of the AAUP sent a letter to University of Missouri Interim Chancellor Hank Foley Tuesday calling for Melissa Click to be reinstated to her normal faculty duties By not affording Click a hearing prior to suspending her it appears that she has been denied academic due process under widely accepted AAUP standards and principles Resources Academe Magazine Feature articles columns and book reviews exploring developments in higher education Redbook The AAUP s key reports and policy documents Journal of Academic Freedom Scholarship on academic freedom Salary Survey The AAUP s annual report on faculty compensation Guidebooks Advice on navigating faculty handbooks the FMLA and more AAUP Updates Opt In Notification for Academe Print Edition Following an announcement earlier this year about a new subscription model for Academe magazine the AAUP sent members instructions by e mail on February 9 about how to opt

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  • Log in | AAUP
    Graduate Students The Academic Bill of Rights Minority Serving Institutions Post Tenure Review Retirement Sexual Diversity Gender Identity Teaching Evaluation Tenure Women in Higher Education Reports Publications AAUP Policies Reports Academe Economic Status Report Compensation Survey Bulletin of the AAUP The Redbook Journal of Academic Freedom AAUP Bookstore News AAUP in the News AAUP Updates For the Media Get Involved Upcoming Events Local Toolkit Issue Campaigns Find Chapters Conferences Start

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  • Staff | AAUP
    attorney referrals please contact attorneyreferral aaup org To contact Academe the AAUP magazine academe aaup org For subscription issues or to order a publication rlewis aaup org Advertising information Kelsey Ohle If you re interested in organizing an AAUP chapter organizing aaup org If you are a reporter who needs information aaup news aaup org If you have a question about this website or would like to report a problem communications aaup org Please note If you are a participant in the faculty compensation survey and have a question or a web related problem aaupfcs aaup org The AAUP receives hundreds of inquiries on work related issues We ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions If you can t find your answer there please also consult our issues section If you are a participant in the faculty compensation survey and have a question aaupfcs aaup org For research inquiries not related to the compensation survey research aaup org A number of AAUP chapters and state conferences employ staff These field staff have formed the Field Staff Association which meets at the June Annual Meeting Learn more about the Field Staff Association and for resources for field staff Social Media Follow the AAUP on Facebook Twitter and Instagram Staff Directory Except as noted all telephone extensions can be reached by first dialing 202 737 5900 Office of the Executive Director Julie Schmid Executive Director Legal Department Aaron Nisenson Senior Counsel Nancy Long Associate Counsel Department E mail legal dept aaup org Department of Academic Freedom Tenure Governance Gregory Scholtz Director Anita Levy Senior Program Officer Hans Joerg Tiede Senior Program Officer Donna Banks Administrative Assistant ext 3624 E mail academicfreedom aaup org Department of External Relations Gwendolyn Bradley Director Michael Ferguson Managing Editor Academe ext 3642 Laura Markwardt

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  • Join the AAUP | AAUP
    Involved Upcoming Events Local Toolkit Issue Campaigns Find Chapters Conferences Start a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Membership Join Renew Benefits of Membership Meet Some Members AAUP Shirts and Gear Join the AAUP Joining the AAUP says that you want to help shape the future of our profession You want a voice in matters such as academic freedom faculty governance career issues tenure economic security for contingent faculty and the overuse of contingent appointments In addition there are practical benefits to membership such as discounted insurance programs a subscription to Academe free webinars and more If you are a lapsed member click here to renew If you teach at an institution where the AAUP has a collective bargaining agreement please contact your local chapter to join If you teach in Nevada please contact the Nevada Faculty Alliance AAUP 2016 Membership Dues for non collective bargaining members only Please choose your income level and then click on the Select button On the final screen you will be asked to choose a monthly or annual option Your dues category is based on your annual academic income Band 1 30 000 or less 60 Annually 5 00 Monthly Band 2 30 001 40 000 77 Annually 6 42 Monthly Band 3 40 001 50 000 99 Annually 8 25 Monthly Band 4 50 001 60 000 122 Annually 10 17 Monthly Band 5 60 001 70 00 167 Annually 13 92 Monthly Band 6 70 001 80 000 195 Annually 16 25 Monthly Band 7 80 001 100 000 218 Annually 18 17 Monthly Band 8 100 001 120 000 240 Annually 20 00 Monthly Band 9 More than 120 000 264 Annually 22 Monthly Show Your Support with

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  • About the AAUP | AAUP
    to help the higher education community organize to make our goals a reality and to ensure higher education s contribution to the common good Read more about Mission Organization of the AAUP The AAUP has reorganized into three interlocked entities under one AAUP umbrella the AAUP a professional association the AAUP CBC a labor union and the AAUP Foundation a foundation Read more about Organization of the AAUP Annual Meetings The AAUP Annual Meeting is the business component of the larger Annual Conference and it has certain responsibilities as laid out in Article VI of the AAUP Constitution Read more about Annual Meetings AAUP Chapter Websites A list of AAUP chapter and affiliate websites both unionized and nonunionized You can also see a list of just union chapters on the AAUP CBC website Read more about AAUP Chapter Websites State Conferences A list of AAUP state level organizations Read more about State Conferences Elected Leaders The leaders of the Association are drawn from colleges and universities throughout the country Find out about chapter state conference and national leaders Read more about Elected Leaders Staff Staff directory and contact information Read more about Staff Committees AAUP standing committees work on a variety of topics of importance to higher education and to faculty In addition to topical standing committees the AAUP has a number of leadership committees advisory committees and business committees Read more about Committees History of the AAUP The AAUP was formed in 1915 by Arthur Lovejoy and John Dewey in response to an incident at Stanford University several years earlier Almost a century later the AAUP is still addressing the kinds of abuse that spurred Lovejoy and Dewey to organize the Association Academia has changed a lot since 1915 but there are still people who want to control what

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  • Mission | AAUP
    Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home About Mission Organization Annual Meetings Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Staff Committees History Mission The mission of the American Association of University Professors AAUP is to advance academic freedom and shared governance to define fundamental professional values and standards for higher education to promote the economic security of faculty academic professionals graduate students post doctoral fellows and all those engaged in teaching and research in higher education to help the higher education community organize to make our goals a reality and to ensure higher education s contribution to the common good Founded in 1915 the AAUP has helped to shape American higher education by developing the standards and procedures that maintain quality in education and academic freedom in this country s colleges and universities Our Cause Our Value Our Promise We believe higher education is a fundamental human right to which freedom of inquiry and expression are integral We defend academic freedom and shared governance We produce and promote the best policy documents in higher education We promote the economic security of faculty academic professionals graduate students post doctoral fellows and all those engaged in teaching and research We bring higher education professionals together for collective action To provide training and advice to our chapters conferences and members To challenge institutions of higher education that violate norms of academic freedom tenure and shared governance To organize the higher education community to defend our principles and common interests To support collective bargaining as a means to strengthen and protect our core principles of academic freedom and shared governance To advocate for AAUP policies and defend the profession including in the courts through amicus briefs Chapters and Conferences Are you looking for a campus based chapter of the AAUP or for your local

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  • Organization of the AAUP | AAUP
    formed to develop a plan to reorganize the Association That plan recommended that the AAUP then a public charity separate into three interconnected entities with the common purpose of working in support of AAUP s mission and foundational principles At the 2008 Annual Meeting the AAUP membership the AAUP Council and the AAUP Collective Bargaining Congress Executive Committee all approved the plan to reorganize into the three related entities In January 2009 the AAUP submitted to the IRS a private letter ruling request PLR seeking tax guidance on the restructuring plan Over the last few years the AAUP has submitted a series of revised letters to the IRS about the restructuring plan and clarifying the relationships between the three entities of the AAUP enterprise In February 2012 the IRS finally issued its PLR making it possible for the AAUP to move forward with restructuring into three entities As of January 1 2013 the restructuring is complete The AAUP enterprise now consists of 1 the AAUP a professional membership association that will look and act similarly to the previous AAUP 2 the AAUP CBC a labor union and 3 the AAUP Foundation a public charity The AAUP enterprise shall operate cohesively and collaboratively sharing a common commitment to academic freedom and shared governance defining fundamental professional values and standards for higher education and ensuring higher education s contribution to the common good Each entity shall collectively and appropriately coordinate its operations Each entity is briefly described below and here is a PowerPoint overview of the three entities The American Association of University Professors AAUP is a non profit professional association organized and operated pursuant to Section 501 c 6 of the Internal Revenue Code The AAUP is formed to promote the common business interest of the academic profession by defining fundamental professional values and standards for higher education advancing the rights of academics particularly as those rights pertain to academic freedom and shared governance and promoting the interests of higher education and research AAUP will support the activities of the Union and the Foundation and will be the core operational bedrock entity See the new AAUP Constitution The American Association of University Professors Collective Bargaining Congress AAUP CBC is an unincorporated nonprofit association organized and operating pursuant to 501 c 5 of the Internal Revenue Code The AAUP CBC is formed to promote organizing and collective bargaining among tenured tenure track and contingent faculty academic professionals and graduate students in an effort to achieve stronger institutions of faculty governance providing fairer procedures for resolving grievances securing the academic and economic status of faculty and professionals in the academic community and promoting free inquiry and advancing the standards and practices that guarantee the quality of American higher education See the AAUP CBC Constitution The AAUP Foundation is a nonprofit corporation organized and operated pursuant to Section 501 c 3 of the Internal Revenue Code The AAUP Foundation is operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and shall only engage in activities that

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  • Annual Meetings | AAUP
    Evaluation Tenure Women in Higher Education Reports Publications AAUP Policies Reports Academe Economic Status Report Compensation Survey Bulletin of the AAUP The Redbook Journal of Academic Freedom AAUP Bookstore News AAUP in the News AAUP Updates For the Media Get Involved Upcoming Events Local Toolkit Issue Campaigns Find Chapters Conferences Start a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home About Mission Organization Annual Meetings Standing Rules Governing the Annual Meeting Weighted Voting Procedures Annual Meeting Resolutions Proposals Resolutions Committee Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Staff Committees History Annual Meetings The AAUP Annual Meeting is the business component of the larger Annual Conference and it has certain responsibilities as laid out in Article VI of the AAUP Constitution You can find out about upcoming or recent Annual Conferences in our Events section See Resolutions and Proposals of the Annual Meeting Chapters and Conferences Are you looking for a campus based chapter of the AAUP or for your local state organization See a list of chapters or state conferences Start a Chapter Active AAUP chapters serve the profession on more than 450 campuses by supporting principles and programs that

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