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  • Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure | AAUP
    Start a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure Regulation of Research on Human Subjects Academic Freedom and the Institutional Review Board Local institutional review boards which make decisions about the permissibility of research often have no special competence the AAUP recommends improvements Read the report Read more about Regulation of Research on Human Subjects Academic Freedom and the Institutional Review Board IRBs Should Evaluate Risk Empirically The AAUP encourages the exemption of interviews with legally competent adults from IRB oversight Tags Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure IRBs Read more about IRBs Should Evaluate Risk Empirically Academic Freedom and Tenure Bethune Cookman University Report dealing with due process tenure sexual harassment and financial exigency at Bethune Cookman University a historically black university Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Bethune Cookman University Academic Freedom and Tenure Northwestern State University of Louisiana and Southeastern Louisiana University Report finding that administrators at two Louisiana universities used program discontinuances as an excuse to get rid of selected tenured faculty members Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Northwestern State University of Louisiana and Southeastern Louisiana University Academic Freedom and Tenure Louisiana State University Baton Rouge Report finding violations of academic freedom in two cases at Louisiana s flagship public institution Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Louisiana State University Baton Rouge Academic Freedom and Tenure Savannah College of Art and Design Report supplementing the 1993 report on Savannah College of Art and Design Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Savannah College of Art and Design Post Tenure Review An AAUP Response Policy discussing what post tenure review should be and not be and its

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  • Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure | AAUP
    regulations that perpetuate them Read more about Faculty Appointment and Family Relationship The Role of the Faculty in Conditions of Financial Exigency Recent years have witnessed massive closings of academic programs that are basic to a college or university s curriculum with a resulting erosion in the number and the authority of the tenured faculty The AAUP responded last month when its Council adopted as official policy the final text of a major report The Role of the Faculty in Conditions of Financial Exigency Read more about The Role of the Faculty in Conditions of Financial Exigency Academic Freedom and Tenure Northwestern State University of Louisiana and Southeastern Louisiana University Report finding administrators discontinued or consolidated academic programs and arbitrarily selected certain tenured professors in the programs for termination of appointment Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Northwestern State University of Louisiana and Southeastern Louisiana University Academic Freedom and Tenure University of Northern Iowa Report examining the move last year by the administration of the University of Northern Iowa to discontinue nearly one fifth of the university s academic programs and close the university s laboratory school More than fifty faculty members were threatened with layoffs and numerous tenured professors were constructively dismissed Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure University of Northern Iowa On Academic Boycotts A report discussing academic boycotts and relevant AAUP policies and making recommendations Read more about On Academic Boycotts Academic Freedom and Tenure Lawrence Technological University Report concerning the actions taken by the administration of Lawrence Technological University regarding appointment termination following a decision to discontinue the undergraduate programs in business management Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Lawrence Technological University Academic Freedom and Tenure University of the District of Columbia Report concerning the actions by the administration of the University of

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  • Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure | AAUP
    and Tenure Garland County Community College Report regarding tenure and the lack of due process in dismissal proceedings at Garland County Community College Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Garland County Community College Academic Freedom and Tenure St Bonaventure University Report arising from the termination of the appointments of eighteen tenured faculty members on grounds of financial exigency at St Bonaventure University Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure St Bonaventure University Academic Freedom and Tenure Alaska Pacific University Report discussing the issues of financial exigency due process relocation and program discontinuance at Alaska Pacific University Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Alaska Pacific University Academic Freedom and Tenure Bennington College Report dealing with a declaration of financial exigency as justification for terminating the appointments of presumptively tenured faculty Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Bennington College Academic Freedom and Tenure Bennington College A Supplementary Report on a Censured Administration Report concerning the action taken by the administration of Bennington College to terminate an instructor with presumptive tenure Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Bennington College A Supplementary Report on a Censured Administration Academic Freedom and Tenure Benedict College Report discussing termination claims of financial exigency and academic governance and the climate for academic freedom at Benedict College Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Benedict College Academic Freedom and Tenure University of Bridgeport Report concerning the action taken by the administration of the University of Bridgeport to terminate the appointments of two professors on thirty days notice At the time of this action the professors had each completed more than thirty years of service at the university Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure University of Bridgeport Academic Freedom and Tenure Savannah College of Art and Design Report concerning the action of the administration of

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  • Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure | AAUP
    in general at that university Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Loma Linda University Academic Freedom and Tenure The New Community College of Baltimore Report concerning the action taken by the administration of the New Community College of Baltimore to terminate a tenured faculty member without cause or due process following an announced termination of tenure commitments with the transfer of the college s control from the city of Baltimore to the state of Maryland Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure The New Community College of Baltimore Academic Freedom and Tenure Dean Junior College Report concerning the actions of the administration of Dean Junior College in terminating the services of two faculty members without academic due process This action was based significantly on the administration s displeasure with their college activities involving dissent against the administration that warranted protection under principles of academic freedom Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Dean Junior College Academic Freedom and Tenure Catholic University of America Report discussing due process and tenure and academic freedom at a Catholic institution with a unique governance structure Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Catholic University of America Academic Freedom and Tenure Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Report regarding the administration of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary s elimination of the appropriate faculty role in making new appointments and has placed academic freedom in peril at the institution by restricting further faculty appointments to those holding a particular and narrowly construed ideological stance Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Academic Freedom and Tenure Hillsdale College Report dealing with the denial of due process and lack of protections of academic freedom at Hillsdale College Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure Hillsdale College Academic Freedom and Tenure Husson University Report concerning Husson

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  • Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure | AAUP
    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 Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure On Trigger Warnings A current threat to academic freedom in the classroom comes from a demand that teachers provide warnings in advance if assigned material contains anything that might trigger difficult emotional responses for students Read more about On Trigger Warnings Confucius Institutes Threaten Academic Freedom The AAUP s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure approved a statement in June that called on colleges across the United States and Canada to reconsider their partnerships with Chinese language and culture centers financed by the People s Republic of China Known as Confucius Institutes these centers are subject to considerable oversight from the Chinese government that in some cases places limitations on academic freedom and threatens their scholastic integrity Read more about Confucius Institutes Threaten Academic Freedom Academic Freedom Violations at Cancer Center For generations the tenure system has protected the freedom of faculty members to engage in research that challenges hallowed verities and opens up innovative possibilities says Henry Reichman chair of the AAUP s Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure Nowhere is such freedom more critical than in medicine Read more about Academic Freedom Violations at Cancer Center Summary Rejection of Professor s Appointment Violated Principles of Academic Freedom and Tenure The dismissal of Professor Salaita has roiled the UIUC community and much of academia it is one of the more significant violations of academic freedom this decade said Henry Reichman Read more about Summary Rejection of Professor s Appointment Violated Principles of Academic Freedom and Tenure Academic Freedom and Tenure Louisiana State University Baton

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/import-tags/committee-academic-freedom-and-tenure?page=13 (2016-02-13)
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  • Table 1: Definitions and Requirements for Public Identification of “Part-Time Faculty” | AAUP
    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 AAUP Policies Reports Academic Freedom and Tenure Investigative Reports College and University Governance Reports Standing Committee and Subcommittee Reports Audit Reports View All Reports Back to Reports and Publications AAUP Redbook The eleventh edition of the Redbook contains foundational AAUP policy documents as well as reports on new issues in higher education Buy yours now Table 1 Definitions and Requirements for Public Identification of Part Time Faculty Accreditor Definitions and Requirements Middle States commission No definition or requirement for public identification stipulates that whenever used in these standards the term faculty shall be broadly construed to encompass qualified professionals such as third parties contracted by the institution part time or adjunct faculty and those assigned responsibilities in academic development and delivery New England commission No definition The institution publishes a list of its current faculty distinguishing between those who have full and part time status North Central commission No definition or requirement for public identification Northwest commission Part time faculty are those whose major responsibility is not related to the institution in question they are customarily assigned one or two classes with class related responsibilities only Catalogs and other official publications should be readily available and accurately depict faculty full time and part time listed separately Southern commission No definition Western junior commission No definition Catalogs and other official publications should accurately depict among other things faculty full and part time listed separately Western

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  • Table 2: Employment Policies and Requirements for Training and Integration of Part-Time Faculty | AAUP
    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 AAUP Policies Reports Academic Freedom and Tenure Investigative Reports College and University Governance Reports Standing Committee and Subcommittee Reports Audit Reports View All Reports Back to Reports and Publications AAUP Redbook The eleventh edition of the Redbook contains foundational AAUP policy documents as well as reports on new issues in higher education Buy yours now Table 2 Employment Policies and Requirements for Training and Integration of Part Time Faculty Accreditor Policies and Requirements Middle States commission Employment policies and practices for part time faculty should be as carefully developed and communicated as those for full time faculty The greater the dependence on such employees the greater is the institutional responsibility to provide orientation oversight evaluation professional development and opportunities for integration into the life of the institution New England commission Faculty categories e g full time parttime adjunct are clearly defined by the institution Should part time or adjunct faculty be utilized the institution has in place policies governing their role Institutions that employ a significant proportion of part time adjunct clinical or temporary faculty assure their appropriate integration into the department and institution and provide opportunities for faculty development All faculty pursue scholarship designed to ensure they are current in the theory knowledge skills and pedagogy of their discipline or profession North Central commission None Northwest commission Employment practices for part time and

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/report/accreditation-standards-and-part-time-faculty-Tab2 (2016-02-13)
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  • Table 3: Policies Specifically Addressing Qualifications and Evaluation of Part-Time Faculty | AAUP
    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 AAUP Policies Reports Academic Freedom and Tenure Investigative Reports College and University Governance Reports Standing Committee and Subcommittee Reports Audit Reports View All Reports Back to Reports and Publications AAUP Redbook The eleventh edition of the Redbook contains foundational AAUP policy documents as well as reports on new issues in higher education Buy yours now Table 3 Policies Specifically Addressing Qualifications and Evaluation of Part Time Faculty Accreditor Policies Middle States commission Criteria for the appointment supervision and review of teaching effectiveness for part time adjunct and other faculty should be consistent with those for full time faculty New England commission The preparation and qualifications of all faculty are appropriate The institution has equitable and broadbased procedures for evaluation applying to both full and part time faculty North Central commission Accreditation guidelines request information on

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