Professor Wins Tenure-Denial Case at SF State
Appeals court rules college retaliated against faculty member for discrimination complaint.
Faculty Are Not as Diverse as Their Students
Despite schools’ promises to diversify their faculty, they’ve made little progress since the 1990s.
20% of Teachers Take on Second Jobs During the School Year
Many teachers say that they have to work second jobs in order to cover their bills and save for the future.
Multilingualism: An Increasingly Marketable Skill for Business
If you are looking to become a more competitive job candidate, you may want to consider learning another language. According to a... Read More
Hiring Practices Must Change to Ensure A Diverse Faculty
College and university hiring practices may be inadvertently preventing diverse faculty members from applying for jobs.
Teachers Prepare to Protest Charter Schools Again
For the second time this year, West Virginia teachers protest bills which allow the establishment of charter schools in their state.
Resources for Contingent Faculty Members in Higher Education
Contingent faculty members compose the majority of the teaching workforce in higher education today. A report produced at the American Institutes for... Read More
Budget Cuts Mean Elimination of School Librarian Jobs
Despite studies showing school libraries are linked to student success, states across the country are downsizing these crucial resources.
Attention Graduate Student Members!
Are you looking to grow your professional network, make new connections, and get career advice from distinguished scholars in the humanities fields?... Read More
Diversity in Academia: How Far We Haven’t Come
Most leaders at institutions of higher education profess a strong desire and intent to diversify their faculties and to ensure an inclusive... Read More