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  • AAUP Chapter Websites | AAUP
    Arizona University Arkansas University of Arkansas Fayetteville Guerdon Nichols Chapter California Berkeley Faculty Association California Faculty Association National University San Diego Faculty Association Santa Clara University Santa Cruz Faculty Association University of California Los Angeles University of Redlands University of San Diego Whittier College Colorado Colorado State University Colorado State University Pueblo Community College of Aurora Community College of Denver Fort Lewis College Front Range Community College Metropolitan State University Red Rocks Community College University of Colorado at Boulder University of Denver Connecticut Connecticut State University Central Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University Fairfield University Southern Connecticut State University University of Connecticut University of Connecticut Health Center University of Hartford Western Connecticut State University Delaware University of Delaware Florida State College of Florida Manatee Sarasota Stetson University Georgia Columbus State University Georgia Regents University Kennesaw State University Valdosta State University University of West Georgia Illinois Aurora University Field Museum of Natural History Illinois Wesleyan University Loyola University Chicago North Central College University of Illinois at Chicago United Faculty University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Indiana Indiana State University Indiana University Bloomington Indiana University Northwest Purdue University Calumet Iowa University of Iowa University of Northern Iowa Kansas Bethel College Emporia State University Kansas State University Newman University University of Kansas University of Kansas Medical Center Washburn University Wichita State University Kentucky Thomas More College University of Kentucky University of Louisville Louisiana Louisiana State University Southern University at Shreveport please direct e mails to Sheila Swift chapter president University of Louisiana at Lafayette Maryland Coppin State University Montgomery College Massachusetts Boston College Emerson College Adjunct Lesley University Merrimack College Suffolk University Adjunct Michigan Delta College Kalamazoo Valley Community College Michigan State University Michigan Technological University Northern Michigan University Oakland University University of Michigan Ann Arbor U niversity of Michigan Flint Wayne State University AAUP AFT Western Michigan University Missouri Saint Louis University Truman State University University of Missouri Kansas City University of Missouri Columbia Nebraska University of Nebraska at Omaha New Hampshire Saint Anselm College University of New Hampshire University of New Hampshire Lecturers United New Jersey Biomedical and Health Sciences of New Jersey Drew University New Jersey Institute of Technology Rider University Rutgers Council of AAUP Chapters Union County College New York Adelphi University Colgate University College of Saint Rose D Youville College Hofstra University Nassau Community College Nazareth College New York Institute of Technology Professional Staff Congress AFT AAUP City University of New York Rochester Institute of Technology St John s University State University of New York at Buffalo please direct e mails to Stephen Halpern chapter president or Martha T McCluskey secretary treasurer Utica College North Carolina Appalachian State University East Carolina University Ohio Bowling Green State University Case Western Reserve University Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Cleveland State University Cuyahoga Community College Kent State University Miami University of Ohio North Central State Faculty Association Ohio State University Facebook Ohio University Stark State College University of Akron University of Cincinnati University of Dayton University of Toledo Wright

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  • State Conferences | AAUP
    Past President Ron Barrett University of Kansas Secretary Treasurer Katherine Clark University of Kansas Website http www aaup in ks org Back to top Kentucky Conference President Nancy McKenney Eastern Kentucky University Vice President Peg Pittman Munke Murray State University Secretary Jan Pearce Berea College Treasurer Michael Kennedy University of Kentucky Back to top Louisiana Conference President Ravi Rau Louisiana State University and A M College Vice President Sudhir Trivedi Southern University and A M College Secretary Linda Carroll Tulane University Treasurer Michael Homan Xavier University of Louisiana Past President Brooks Ellwood Louisiana State University At Large Leslie Bary University of Louisiana at Lafayette Website http www laaaup org Back to top Maryland Conference President Michelle Tokarczyk Goucher College Secretary Treasurer Tina Kelleher Towson University Past President Father Frank Haig Loyola University To contact the Maryland Conference please send an e mail to aaupmd gmail com Back to top Massachusetts Conference President George Wharton Curry College Vice President Mike DeCesare Merrimack College Secretary John Miller Wheaton College Treasurer Geraldine Branca Merrimack College Executive Secretary Charles Baker College of the Holy Cross Back to top Michigan Conference President Charles Parrish Wayne State University Vice President Mike Latcha Oakland University Secretary Charles Tad Smith University of Michigan Treasurer Mike Polis Oakland University Past President Susan Moeller Eastern Michigan University Website http www miaaup org Back to top Minnesota Conference President David Schmit St Catherine University Vice President Bob Cowgill Augsburg College Treasurer Secretary David Lesniaski St Catherine University Past President Bob Cowgill Augsburg College Website http www mnaaup org index html Back to top Mississippi Conference President Jimmy Bell Jackson State University Vice President Vacant Secretary Kathryn Green Mississippi Valley State University Past President James Stewart Tougaloo College Back to top Missouri Conference President Gregory Comer St Louis University Chapter Service Director John B Harms Missouri State University Secretary Treasurer K Scott Baker University of Missouri Kansas City Past President David Robinson Truman State University Website http www moaaup org Back to top Nebraska Conference President Tom Coffey Creighton University Vice President Julia Schleck University of Nebraska Lincoln Secretary Victor Padrón Creighton University Treasurer Jim McCarthy Midland Lutheran University Past President Bob Kettlitz Hastings College Website http www aaup ne org Back to top Nevada Faculty Alliance AAUP State Conference President James Strange Western Nevada College Past President Angela Brommel Nevada State College Vice President Rob Manis College of Southern Nevada Secretary Andrea Brown College of Southern Nevada Treasurer Shari Lyman College of Southern Nevada Executive Director David Steel Website http www nevadafacultyalliance org Back to top New Jersey Conference President Diane Campbell Rider University Vice President Joseph V Doria Jr St Peter s College Rutgers University Treasurer Matthew Fung Saint Peter s College Past President Dan O Connor Rutgers University Member at Large Sandyford L Klein Rutgers University UMDNJ Member at Large Katherine Parkin Monmouth University Member at Large Elsa Bruguier Union County College Member at Large Jeff Halpern Rider University Back to top New York Conference President David Linton Marymount

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  • Elected Leaders | 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 Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Officers Council Records of the Council Council Resolutions Elections Assembly of State Conferences Powers and Functions of the Executive Committee Staff Committees History Elected Leaders The leaders of the Association are drawn from colleges and universities throughout the country Campus based chapters elect leaders locally In many states chapters form state conferences to work on statewide issues The Assembly of State Conferences is the umbrella organization for AAUP state conferences At the national level officers are elected biannually and are assisted in governing the Association by an elected national Council that meets twice a year and by an Executive Committee that meets four times a year AAUP Travel Policy approved 11 09 pdf 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

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  • Committees | 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 About Mission Organization Annual Meetings Chapter Websites State Conferences Elected Leaders Staff Committees Standing and Special Committees AAUP Advisory Committees Association Business Committees Rules Governing Committee Appointments History Committees AAUP standing committees work on a variety of topics of importance to higher education and to faculty The president of the Association serves as an ex officio member of all committees In addition to topical standing committees the AAUP has the following leadership committees the Executive Committee of the governing Council the governing committee of the Assembly of State Conferences advisory committees Association business committees 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

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  • History of the AAUP | AAUP
    Elected Leaders Staff Committees History Timeline AAUP Presidents General Secretaries Selected Readings AAUP Archives History of the AAUP In 1900 when noted economist Edward Ross lost his job at Stanford University because Mrs Leland Stanford didn t like his views on immigrant labor and railroad monopolies other professors were watching The incident stuck in the mind of Arthur O Lovejoy philosopher at Johns Hopkins When he and John Dewey organized a meeting in 1915 to form an organization to ensure academic freedom for faculty members the AAUP was born At that time the notion of academic freedom was still a novel concept 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 professors teach and write Thanks to the AAUP academic freedom is recognized as the fundamental principle of our profession Despite this acceptance academic freedom remains vulnerable The attacks are more subtle in some cases but the response must always be decisive The AAUP remains the leading organization primarily dedicated to protecting the academic freedom of professors Faculty members turn to the AAUP for assistance in the thousands each year Some of these faculty members are well known figures with resources and support Most however are ordinary faculty members who need guidance in responding to troublesome or threatening professional attacks Through the AAUP faculty determine the principles of our profession and the procedures by which to protect them When the AAUP speaks it is the voice of the profession A variety of resources on the AAUP s history were developed as part of the organization s centennial celebration These include a timeline highlighting key events in the AAUP s history and

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  • Our Programs | AAUP
    federal lobbying amicus briefs support for collective bargaining and other means the AAUP helps shape American higher education and ensure higher education s contribution to the common good Protecting Academic Freedom Protecting academic freedom is the AAUP s core mission For a century we have been developing standards for sound academic practice and in working for the acceptance of these standards by the community of higher education The AAUP s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure promotes principles of academic freedom tenure and due process through the development of policy documents and reports and the application of those principles to particular situations Read more about Protecting Academic Freedom Shared Governance Since its founding the AAUP has been working to ensure meaningful faculty participation in institutional governance Our first statement on the subject emphasizing faculty involvement in personnel decisions selection of administrators budgeting and determination of educational policies was published in 1920 Today AAUP staff and leaders provide advice and assistance to faculty members throughout the country on matters of academic governance And our Statement on Government of Colleges and Universities is academia s central policy document relating to governance Read more about Shared Governance Research The AAUP Research Office promotes the economic security of the profession through advanced research and systematic solutions for higher education Read more about Research Legal Program The AAUP s legal office supports the activities of the Association in a variety of ways The office responds to inquiries on higher education law from professors academic administrators attorneys and others monitors legal developments in higher education around the country and leads workshops and presentations on higher education law See a list of resources broken down by topic Read more about Legal Program Government Relations The AAUP s government relations program tracks legislation that is relevant to

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  • Protecting Academic Freedom | AAUP
    Research Legal Program Government Relations Education Training Coalitions Awards Protecting Academic Freedom Protecting academic freedom is the AAUP s core mission Academic freedom is the indispensable requisite for unfettered teaching and research in institutions of higher education As the academic community s core policy document states institutions of higher education are conducted for the common good and not to further the interest of either the individual teacher or the institution as a whole The common good depends upon the free search for truth and its free exposition 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure which has been endorsed by more than 240 national scholarly and educational associations For a century we have been developing standards for sound academic practice and in working for the acceptance of these standards by the community of higher education The Association has long been viewed as the authoritative voice of the academic profession in this regard Selected statements reports and policies dealing with academic freedom as well as with other key issues are published in the AAUP s Policy Documents and Reports also known as the Redbook The AAUP s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure promotes standards of academic freedom tenure and due process in higher education through the development of policy documents and reports relating to these subjects and the application of those standards to particular situations that are brought to its attention Each year the staff of the committee receives thousands of questions about these standards and complaints of departures from them The staff provides advice and assistance including mediation In serious cases it may initiate a dialog with the administration regarding apparent departures from AAUP recommended standards In a few extreme cases annually it will recommend a formal investigation Such investigations may lead Committee A to recommend to

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  • Shared Governance | AAUP
    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 Our Programs Academic Freedom Shared Governance Resources on Governance Sanctioned Institutions Research Legal Program Government Relations Education Training Coalitions Awards Shared Governance Since its founding the AAUP has been ensuring meaningful faculty participation in institutional governance The AAUP s Committee on College and University Governance composed its first statement on the subject in 1920 emphasizing the importance of faculty involvement in personnel decisions selection of administrators preparation of the budget and determination of educational policies Refinements were introduced in subsequent years culminating in the development of the 1966 Statement on Government of Colleges and Universities This statement which was jointly formulated with the American Council on Education and the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges calls for shared responsibility among the different components of institutional government and specifies areas of primary responsibility for governing boards administrations and faculties It remains the Association s central policy document relating to academic governance It has been supplemented over the years by a series of derivative policy statements including those on faculty governance and academic freedom budgetary and salary matters financial exigency the selection evaluation and retention of administrators college athletics governance and collective bargaining and the faculty status of college and university librarians The AAUP staff provides advice and assistance to faculty members throughout the country on matters of academic governance The staff also receives on behalf of the Committee on College and University Governance complaints of departures from the Association s recommended standards in this area In 1991 the Association s

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