Posts tagged: Part Time Faculty - Diverse
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`Tenured radical’ tries to revive professors group

by Associated Press | July 17, 2008
In his professorial attire and flowing, Zeus-like beard, Cary Nelson would look right at home b [...] Read more

The First of Its Kind

by Dina Horwedel | December 13, 2007
Cal State Northridge takes the lead by creating the country’s first baccalaureate program in [...] Read more

Officials Looking for Ways to Ease Shortage of Nursing Teachers

by Associated Press | October 30, 2007
FARGO N.D. Ways to encourage graduate students to consider teaching, and the use of private mo [...] Read more

Students Could Not Reverse Tenure Denial of Popular Black Professor at Washington University

by Jamal Watson | August 23, 2007
In the effort to win tenure for Washington University professor Dr. Leslie Brown, some unlikely [...] Read more

The Secrets Behind Their Success

by Paul Ruffins |
Attracting and graduating minorities in large numbers, for-profit universities offer access, co [...] Read more

The evolving HBCU niche – historically Black colleges and universities

by Alvin J. Schexnider | July 12, 2007
In recent years, much has been written about the challenges confronting American higher educati [...] Read more

A thoroughly satisfying look at community colleges… – again

by Joseph Hankin | July 5, 2007
The American Community College by Arthur M. Cohen and Florence B. Brawer Jossey-Bass, Inc., San [...] Read more

Building leaders: leadership development program important step for community college presidents

by Kathleen Kennedy Manzo | June 23, 2007
As a community college administrator with an eye on the presidency, Dr. Walter Bumphus wanted t [...] Read more

Priming the pump – University of Virginia School of Medicine program has historically Black institutions as recruitment partners – Recruitment & Retention

by Christopher Snowbeck | June 16, 2007
UVa Program Involves HBCUs in Recruiting Minority Medical Students. [...] Read more

Online Degrees Increasingly Gaining Acceptance Among Employers

by Molly Nance | April 5, 2007
Skills, experience and reputation of school are more important factors. [...] Read more

Closed For Business

by Blair S. Walker | March 22, 2007
While Community College of Philadelphia administrators and faculty engage in negotiating gamesm [...] Read more

AAUP: Colleges “Outsourcing” By Hiring More Non-Tenure Faculty

by Hurley Goodall | December 11, 2006
Washington D.C. A new report from the American Association of University Professors says the n [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Changing Characteristics of Faculty

by Olivia Pullmann | August 17, 2006
Institutions of higher education are relying more on part-time faculty, and the faculty, overal [...] Read more

The Pivotal Role of Women

by Hilary Hurd Anyaso | November 17, 2005
The recent passings of leading ladies of the civil rights movement, Constance Baker Motley... [...] Read more

Getting Off The BurnOUT Track?

by Kendra Hamilton |
For those bright, young scholars who seek an idyllic life of secure full-time employment while [...] Read more
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