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  • 2015 Candidate Information | AAUP
    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 Elected Leaders Elections 2015 Election Information Mission Organization Annual Meetings Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Officers Council Records of the Council Council Resolutions Elections Election Rules 2016 Election Information 2015 Election Information 2015 Candidate Information 2014 Election Information Assembly of State Conferences Powers and Functions of the Executive Committee Staff Committees History 2015 Candidate Information Candidate statements and biographical information is included when it has been supplied by the candidate ASC Chair Angela Adkins Stark State College Hans Joerg Tiede Illinois Wesleyan University At Large 4 yr Jeffrey Halpern Rider University Cynthia Klekar Western Michigan University Diana Rios University of Connecticut Elias Taylor Coppin State University District 1 Angela Brommel Nevada State College Jonathan Rees Colorado State University Pueblo District 2 Philip Cole Idaho State University Carolyn Fridley Southeastern Oklahoma State University Lynn Tatum Baylor University District 4 Eugenia Badger Ivy Tech Community College Nancy McKenney Eastern Kentucky University Craig Vasey University of Mary Washington District 5 Kevin Cope Louisiana State University District 7 Zoran Gaijic Rutgers University District 8 Anne Friedman CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College District 10 Maria Bacigalupo Curry College AAUP Districts Districts I Arizona California Colorado Hawaii Nevada New Mexico Utah II Alaska Idaho Kansas Minnesota Montana Nebraska North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon South Dakota Texas Washington Wisconsin Wyoming III Michigan IV Arkansas District of Columbia Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Missouri Tennessee Virginia V Alabama Canada Florida Foreign Georgia Guam Louisiana Maryland Mississippi North Carolina Puerto Rico South Carolina Virgin Islands West Virginia VI Ohio VII New Jersey VIII New York IX Connecticut New Hampshire Vermont X Delaware Maine Massachusetts Pennsylvania Rhode Island Chapters and Conferences Are

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  • 2014 Ballot Information | AAUP
    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 Elected Leaders Elections 2014 Election Information Mission Organization Annual Meetings Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Officers Council Records of the Council Council Resolutions Elections Election Rules 2016 Election Information 2015 Election Information 2014 Election Information 2014 Ballot Information 2014 Candidate Information Assembly of State Conferences Powers and Functions of the Executive Committee Staff Committees History 2014 Ballot Information Ballots for this year s national officer and Council election were mailed March 3 7 to the home addresses of voting members postcards were sent to the work addresses of voting members with instructions for obtaining a ballot In order to be counted ballots must be received by April 15 If you do not receive a ballot by Monday March 17 e mail your name home address and AAUP member ID number to aaup election america com OR call Election America at 888 914 5654 with your home address and member ID number Information about the election including candidate biographies and campaign statements is posted at on the AAUP s website at http www aaup org about elected leaders elections 2014 election inform Please vote 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

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  • 2014 Candidate Information | AAUP
    You are here Home About Elected Leaders Elections 2014 Election Information Mission Organization Annual Meetings Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Officers Council Records of the Council Council Resolutions Elections Election Rules 2016 Election Information 2015 Election Information 2014 Election Information 2014 Ballot Information 2014 Candidate Information Assembly of State Conferences Powers and Functions of the Executive Committee Staff Committees History 2014 Candidate Information President Jane Buck Delaware State University Rudy Fichtenbaum Wright State University 1 st Vice President Hank Reichman California State University East Bay Brian Turner Randolph Macon College 2 nd Vice President Susan Michalczyk Boston College Cary Nelson University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Secretary Treasurer Michele Ganon Western Connecticut State University Saranna Thornton Hampden Sydney College District 1 Ivan Evans University of California San Diego Chris Nagel California State University Stanislaus District 3 Mehmet Yaya Eastern Michigan University District 4 Eugenia Badger McKendree University Hans Joerg Tiede Illinois Wesleyan University District 6 Linda Rouillard University of Toledo District 7 Robert Boikess Rutgers University Jeffrey Halpern Rider University District 9 Irene Mulvey Fairfield University Michael Payette University of Connecticut Health Center District 10 Charles Baker College of the Holy Cross Tim Blessing Alvernia University At Large 4 yr Jacqueline Arante Portland State University Kenneth Barrick University of Alaska A Lee Fritschler George Mason University Richard Gomes Rutgers University Jeanette Jeneault Syracuse University Michael Kennedy University of Kentucky Martin Kich Wright State University Dennis W Mazzocco Hofstra University Debasmita Debu Misra University of Alaska Daniel Murphy Hanover College Lynn Tatum Baylor University At Large 2 yr Natalio Avani San Francisco State University Granville Ganter St John s University Craig Vasey University of Mary Washington Conference Elections The New York and Pennsylvania AAUP Conferences have included their elections on the national ballot Information about the candidates in these elections

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  • Committee on College and University Governance | AAUP
    and when an institution must deal with a financial crisis Read more about Financial Exigency Academic Governance and Related Matters Faculty Evaluation of Administrators Report by the Committee on College and University Governance on principles and recommended procedural standards concerning the evaluation of administrators The statement supplements a paragraph in Faculty Participation in the Selection Evaluation and Retention of Administrators 1981 Read more about Faculty Evaluation of Administrators The Role of the Faculty in the Governance of College Athletics Statement addressing the general allocation of authority in the governance of athletics It emphasizes the obligation of the faculty to ensure academic primacy in an institution s athletic program Read more about The Role of the Faculty in the Governance of College Athletics College and University Government Antioch University and the Closing of Antioch College Report on Antioch University and the closing of Antioch College Read more about College and University Government Antioch University and the Closing of Antioch College College and University Governance Idaho State University Report prepared by the Association s staff concerning the decision by the Idaho State Board of Education to suspend the operation and bylaws of the faculty senate at Idaho State University and to direct ISU president Arthur C Vailas to implement an interim faculty advisory structure Read more about College and University Governance Idaho State University College and University Governance Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Report concerning the action taken in summer 2007 by the board of trustees and the administration of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to suspend the faculty senate and replace it with a transitional structure of faculty governance Read more about College and University Governance Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Confidentiality and Faculty Representation in Academic Governance A report arguing that requiring faculty members to sign confidentiality agreements as a requirement to serve on university committees

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  • Special Committee on Academic Freedom and National Security in a Time of Crisis | AAUP
    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 a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding

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  • Academic Freedom & Tenure Investigations | AAUP
    Academic Freedom and Tenure City University of New York Report discussing the decision made by the central administration of the City University of New York and deals with the issues of academic freedom due process collective bargaining and national security Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure City University of New York Academic Freedom and Tenure Meharry Medical College Report dealing with issues of faculty with primarily clinical duties financial exigency due process academic freedom tenure and faculty government at Meharry Medical College one of four historically black medical schools in the United States Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Meharry Medical College Academic Freedom and Tenure Benedict College Report dealing with academic freedom tenure and administration directed grade changes at Benedict College Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Benedict College Academic Freedom and Tenure University of the Cumberlands Report dealing with resignation dismissal and academic freedom at Cumberland College a religiously affiliated institution Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure University of the Cumberlands Academic Freedom and Tenure Greenville College Report concerning due process and academic freedom at Greenville College a religiously affiliated institution Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Greenville College Academic Freedom and Tenure New Mexico Highlands University Report concerning tenure denial academic freedom due process and the role of faculty in governance at New Mexico Highlands University Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure New Mexico Highlands University New Mexico Highlands University A Case of Denial of Tenure Report concerning tenure denial by the board of regents of New Mexico Highlands University Read more about New Mexico Highlands University A Case of Denial of Tenure Academic Freedom and Tenure University of South Florida Report dealing with actions taken by the administration and the governing board of the University of South Florida against Dr

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  • Special Committee on Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans Universities | AAUP
    Freedom Shared Governance Contingent Faculty Positions Faculty Compensation Copyright Distance Ed Intellectual Property Accreditation Sexual Harassment Assault Academic Research Civility Conflicts of Interest Collective Bargaining Hiring and Promotions Discrimination Diversity Affirmative Action Ethics Faculty Work Workload Family Work Grading 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 a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Special Committee on Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans Universities Report of an AAUP Special Committee Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans Universities Report regarding the nearly universal departure from or in some cases complete abandonment of personnel and other policies by five New Orleans institutions the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center the University of New Orleans Southern University at New Orleans Loyola University New Orleans and Tulane University as they contended

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  • Investigative Procedures in Academic Freedom and Tenure Cases | AAUP
    under investigation A document adopted by the AAUP Council Association Procedures in Academic Freedom and Tenure Cases specifies that the committee should set up personal interviews with individuals who have first hand information whether members of the faculty members of the governing board or officers of the administration The committee should also seek meetings with officers of faculty bodies and of the AAUP chapter Ordinarily however those meetings are arranged by the staff member in charge who remains in contact with the investigating committee and also with the local chapter if one exists in the event of changes in the schedule or circumstances When the committee convenes it reviews the list of individuals who have agreed to be interviewed sometimes contacting others who may have been reluctant initially but whose attitude might have changed How cell phones and e mail have changed procedures since the old days The Site Visit and Report At their initial meeting committee members typically review the essentials of the official account of the investigative process including the charge set forth in Association Procedures in Academic Freedom and Tenure Cases The task of the investigating committee is to ascertain the facts involved in the incident s under investigation and the positions of the principal parties The committee will determine whether the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure and or related standards as interpreted by the Association have been violated whether the institution s own stated policies have been disregarded and whether conditions for academic freedom and tenure as well as related conditions are generally unsatisfactory Anyone serving on an investigating committee for the first time will welcome elaboration of the directive about declining hospitality and social events that might appear to compromise the objectivity of the investigation accepting coffee working while eating and using campus offices are fine The first meeting also explores what each of the committee s members perceives as the most salient features of the case the questions arising from the briefing materials and what information should be sought from particular interviewees Because the responsible staff member has made an effort to bring together on the investigating committee academics from different backgrounds and disciplines the meeting should also be organized in a way that distributes the questions to be asked maximizes the effectiveness of follow up questions and leaves some time for interviewees own contributions and questions Once the interviews begin the committee must be sure to take accurate and complete notes because it is rare to have even a moment between interviews to share observations That can come only at the end of each long day when notes can be consulted and compared When this process yields new questions as it often does they are added to the list for the next set of interviewees or to the list of follow up inquiries the chair will make in the days or weeks following the formal interviews Through all of this process confidentiality is paramount and committee members must also resist the impulse to express personal opinions to interviewees which can be difficult While interviewees may name one another at will the committee must be careful not to reveal what people have said in confidence or who else is being interviewed The committee may be asked about the process the timeline for producing its report and confidentiality and it should be prepared to answer these questions succinctly Upon completion of the interviews it is very helpful though not always possible for the members of the investigating committee to meet together to consider their assessments in light of the issues raised in the original briefing memorandum and such further information as was uncovered in the interviews Agreement in conversation makes it more likely that the committee s report can be delivered within a couple of months Usually the committee chair takes responsibility for drafting the initial text and corresponds with committee colleagues until consensus is reached The committee is under no obligation to frame the issues as they are identified in the staff s advisory brief since each investigation turns up decisive facts and evidence The chair sends the draft report in confidence to the national staff member in charge More than one staff member then reviews the draft text to ensure that the commentary is to the point and that the prose is clear not only to those familiar with the case but to outsiders as well and the staff notes carefully where sources of evidence may be missing When the committee has had an opportunity to revise the report in light of the staff s review the revised text is forwarded to the members of Committee A for consultation Because I now serve on the AAUP s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure myself I see the beauty of its former chair David Fellman s 1962 description of the next step in the process which has not changed There is the added problem of achieving consensus among the members of Committee A I can testify from very considerable personal experience that the members of this committee not only take their functions seriously but also have minds of their own I should add that even as an abstract proposition you must agree that getting more than a score of professors to agree to a report is at best no easy task Furthermore the members of Committee A are scattered all over the country they have their normal academic functions to fulfill and each has a right to express opinions about the draft report and suggest changes As a result a generous supply of comment can flow into the national office on every conceivable point ranging from minor grammatical items to substantial discussion of basic questions of high principle All of this is bound to take time though I should add that members of Committee A are almost invariably prompt in making reply to inquiries from the office But differences of opinion do develop occasionally very fundamental differences and in

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