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  • Contact Academe | AAUP
    Subscriptions Check out the current issue Visit the Academe Blog The Academe Blog is an extension of the magazine exploring a wide range of topics including academic freedom governance of colleges and universities working conditions and more 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 Contact Academe Ground mail 1133 Nineteenth Street NW Suite 200 Washington D C 20036 Phone 202 737 5900 Fax 202 737 5526 E mail academe aaup org Masthead AAUP President Rudy Fichtenbaum Executive Director Julie Schmid Director of External Relations Gwendolyn Bradley Faculty Editor Aaron Barlow City University of New York New York City College of Technology Managing Editor Michael Ferguson Associate Editors Jamie Owen Daniel Editorial Assistant Kelly Hand Book Review Editor Michael DeCesare Merrimack College Advisory Board Michael Bérubé Pennsylvania State University Juan González New York Daily News and Democracy Now Martin Kich Wright State University Lake Campus Christopher Newfield University of California Santa Barbara Laura Secor New York NY Letters to the Editor Academe welcomes your comments Respond to articles using the comment function at the end of each feature article on our website Manuscript Submissions Academe the magazine of the American Association of University Professors welcomes submissions of articles review essays and opinion columns as well as proposals for book reviews Academe explores a wide range of topics in higher education Our readership includes faculty members academic professionals and graduate students from many different disciplines as well as academic leaders policy makers and media professionals involved in higher education issues and policy Academe seeks to publish compellingly written rigorous salient and original articles on the critical issues facing higher education In addition to longer articles and review essays Academe editors encourage submissions to

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  • Advertising in Academe | AAUP
    contains foundational AAUP policy documents as well as reports on new issues in higher education Buy yours now Advertising in Academe Download Academe 2016 rate card Academe offers advertising opportunities both in its print edition and in an electronic newsletter that highlights special features in each issue and links to online only content For more information please contact Kelsey Ohle at 805 410 7474 or kelsey ohle sagepub com For complete mechanical specifications please download the 2016 Academe Rate Card pdf Print Advertising General advertising rates apply to most advertisers Nonprofit advertisers such as most institutions of higher education public interest and advocacy groups and university presses qualify for our special nonprofit rates 2016 General Print Advertising Rates Size 1x 3x 6x Spread 5 670 5 030 4 610 Full Page 3 355 3 095 2 905 2 3 Page 2 590 2 390 2 195 1 2 Page 2 050 1 935 1 750 1 3 Page 1 555 1 430 1 305 1 6 Page 865 800 715 2016 Nonprofit Print Advertising Rates Size 1x 3x 6x Spread 4 265 3 735 3 480 Full Page 2 515 2 325 2 165 2 3 Page 1 935 1 805 1 655 1 2 Page 1 550 1 410 1 295 1 3 Page 1 160 1 070 970 1 6 Page 685 590 540 Positioning premiums Back cover 15 additional Cover 2 or 3 10 additional 4 Color charge 1 315 per page Agency commission 15 of gross to recognized advertising agencies In house agencies do not qualify for commissions 2016 Print Advertising Deadlines Issue Space deadline Materials due Mail Date Jan Feb 11 17 11 30 1 15 March April 3 4 3 11 4 12 May June 4 4 4 11 5 20 July August 6

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  • Manuscript Submission Guidelines | AAUP
    of topics in higher education Our readership includes faculty members academic professionals and graduate students from many different disciplines as well as academic leaders policy makers and media professionals involved in higher education issues and policy Academe seeks to publish compellingly written rigorous salient and original articles on the critical issues facing higher education In addition to longer articles and review essays Academe editors encourage submissions to Faculty Forum our members opinion column Commentary on higher education news and other pieces that may become quickly outdated should be submitted to Academe Blog Submission of an article column or book review including by invitation does not guarantee its acceptance Academe is under no requirement to accept any submission Submissions should not include defamatory statements or raise other significant legal concerns Promotion or criticism of candidates running for office in local state or national AAUP elections is not allowed in the magazine neither is misrepresentation of AAUP policy Academe discourages the following Submissions primarily devoted to specific ongoing disputes involving individuals and their colleges or universities except in cases of national significance In such cases submissions should focus on the wider implications and lessons Submissions that are primarily focused on another national higher education group or union Submissions primarily devoted to specific ongoing disputes involving individuals and AAUP entities including chapters conferences or affiliates However productive self reflection and critique of an AAUP entity s successes and failures are welcome Submissions of material previously published elsewhere Such submissions must be clearly marked as previously published material Article Submissions If you have a topic in mind please prepare a brief proposal detailing your specific qualifications to write on the topic what your tone and approach will be and how your article will distinguish itself from other coverage of the issue You may also submit completed manuscripts Editing Submissions are first reviewed for content and substantive changes by Academe s faculty editor and occasionally by a member of Academe s advisory board Submissions are then sent to the managing editor for final editing Length We accept submissions of a variety of lengths from 500 to up to 4 000 words Style Academe follows the Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition Biographical Statement Include a one or two sentence biographical statement and indicate whether you would like your e mail address published with the statement if your submission is accepted Notes If and when possible identify cited works in the text of the article endnotes should be kept to a minimum and are allowed only when needed citations cannot be worked into the text Avoid bibliographies and lengthy parenthetical references Illustrations If your manuscript is accepted for publication we welcome accompanying photographs or other graphics Contact Information Please submit home and office addresses telephone numbers and e mail addresses at the time that copy is submitted It is important for Academe to have these details in one place so that authors can be contacted in a timely manner Article proposals and submissions should be sent

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  • Media Coverage | AAUP
    members who read Academe have no doubt conducted interviews with the media sharing their expertise on a variety of topics Early in my academic career I appeared occasionally on local TV and radio programs and was interviewed in a few dozen newspapers on a variety of topics During the past four years my visibility has increased I have conducted numerous radio interviews nationwide and throughout Canada appeared on television a little more frequently and now have book signings Read more about A Practical Guide to Television and Radio Interviews One Story That Grew a Life of its Own On July 22 2010 AAUP president Cary Nelson discussed BP academic freedom and the perils of corporate funding in BP and Academic Freedom with Inside Higher Ed The story went viral and to Congress Tags Media Coverage Cary Nelson Read more about One Story That Grew a Life of its Own A Brief History of Anti Intellectualism in American Media Standard media coverage of higher education hasn t changed that much since the 1940s and it doesn t serve the core functions of higher education well Read more about A Brief History of Anti Intellectualism in American Media Bridging the Great Divide As newsrooms contract and already inadequate higher education coverage decreases faculty members should be working closely with those who remain and the new journalists who are taking over Read more about Bridging the Great Divide Media Think Tanks and Educational Research Advocacy oriented think tank studies get a disproportionate amount of media attention Read more about Media Think Tanks and Educational Research The Professors The Press The Think Tanks And Their Problems The slow collapse of the newspaper industry has opened up public discourse to additional infusions of ideologically motivated misinformation Walter Lippmann wouldn t be pleased Read more about

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  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | AAUP
    the University of Illinois has withdrawn a job offer to a professor in response to his controversial comments on Twitter is troubling say AAUP leaders in a statement released today If the report is accurate there is good reason to fear that academic freedom has been violated Read more about Statement on Case of Steven Salaita New Faculty Union at University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Nearly five hundred non tenure track faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign were successful last spring in forming a union which was certified by the state labor relations board in July The local union the Campus Faculty Association is affiliated with the AAUP and the American Federation of Teachers Faculty in the new union are a diverse group of lecturers instructors and clinical visiting teaching and research faculty whose work is vital to the teaching and research missions of the university Read more about New Faculty Union at University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Academic Freedom and Tenure The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign This report finds that the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign UIUC administration and the board of trustees of the University of Illinois violated principles of academic freedom when they withdrew a tenured faculty appointment that had been offered to Professor Steven Salaita The job offer was withdrawn after Professor Salaita made a series of impassioned Twitter posts expressing outrage about the war in Gaza Read more about Academic Freedom and Tenure The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 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

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  • Discrimination | 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 a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Discrimination Creating LGBTQ Friendly Campuses How activists on a number of campuses eliminated discriminatory policies Read more about Creating LGBTQ Friendly Campuses Fighting Discrimination Update On Wednesday March 10 after strong protests from faculty students and university administrations Virginia Governor Robert F McDonnell issued an executive directive stating that discrimination against enumerated classes of persons set forth in the Virginia Human Rights Act or discrimination against any class of persons without a rational basis is prohibited Tags Robert F McDonnell Discrimination Read more about Fighting Discrimination Resources on Discrimination A AUP Policy Statements Analysis On Discrimination 1995 revision Read more about Resources on Discrimination Resources on Diversity and Affirmative Action Policy Research Analysis On Discrimination 1995 revision Affirmative Action Plans Recommended Procedures for Increasing the Number of Minority Persons and Women on College and University Faculties 1983 Read more about Resources on Diversity and Affirmative Action Mission Not Accomplished On Being Included Racism and Diversity in Institutional Life Sara Ahmed Durham NC Duke University Press 2012 Read more about Mission Not Accomplished Untold Stories and Difficult Truths about Bias in Academia The racially charged recordings of Donald Sterling then owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team were addressed publicly by NBA commissioner Adam Silver in April 2014 prior to

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  • Marie Chisholm-Burns | AAUP
    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 Marie Chisholm Burns Untold Stories and Difficult Truths about Bias in Academia The racially charged recordings of Donald Sterling then owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team were addressed publicly by NBA commissioner Adam Silver in April 2014 prior to an NBA playoff game in Memphis Tennessee Being a resident of Memphis and having a husband who is a dedicated sports fan I followed the story closely The Sterling incident reminded me as it

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  • Students | AAUP
    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 Students CSU Senate Academic Freedom for Students November 11 12 2004 RESOLVED That the Academic Senate of the California State University CSU recognize that the academic freedom of students rests first upon their access to a high quality education and their right to pursue a field of study that they deem appropriate and desirable Read more about CSU Senate Academic Freedom for Students An Open Letter to Ninth Graders Preparing our students long before they become our students Read more about An Open Letter to Ninth Graders Understanding the Working College Student New research shows that students are working more and juggling a multitude of roles creating anxiety and lowering graduation rates Read more about Understanding the Working College Student 9 comments Spare the Rigor Spoil the Learning It is time for the faculties of American colleges and universities to take teaching and their students futures more seriously Read more about Spare the Rigor Spoil the Learning Rethinking the Rules of the Higher Education Game Rising tuition isn t the only obstacle to equitable higher education access Read more about Rethinking the Rules of the Higher Education Game Life Ate My Homework When students complex lives are filled with real crises real teaching means flexibility and understanding Read more about Life Ate My Homework 1 comment RateThisFacultyEvaluationSite com External faculty evaluation Web sites are gaining ground and massive amounts of data Read more about RateThisFacultyEvaluationSite com From the Editor What We Owe Students Amazing sea monkeys X ray specs Invisible goldfish that remain invisible absolutely as promised Read more

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