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Exposing the Inequity of Faculty Counteroffers

Inside Higher Ed

Exposing the Inequity of Faculty Counteroffers jessica.blake@… Tue, 05/14/2024 - 03:00 AM A new study shows that women and faculty of color who receive outside job offers are far less likely than their white, male peers to receive a counteroffer to stay at their current institution. Byline(s) Jessica Blake

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Cal State faculty start 1-day strikes

Higher Ed Dive

A faculty union hasn’t been able to reach an agreement on pay and other issues with the nation’s largest four-year higher ed system.

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Drake U seeks academic program and faculty cuts

Higher Ed Dive

The Iowa nonprofit is looking to eliminate a majority of its adjunct faculty positions, according to the minutes of a November faculty senate meeting.

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Belmont University Permits Hiring Interfaith Faculty

Inside Higher Ed

Belmont University Permits Hiring Interfaith Faculty Sara Weissman Thu, 05/16/2024 - 03:00 AM The faith-based university in Tennessee has taken another step away from its longstanding tradition of hiring only Christian professors. Existing faculty are expected to have mixed reactions. Byline(s) Sara Weissman

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Pitt Faculty Ratifies First Union Contract

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Faculty representatives at the University of Pittsburgh have ratified the first union contract that sets a salary and wage minimum for workers at the university. The tentative agreement is over two years in the making since the university’s faculty voted to unionize as the USW–Union of Pitt Faculty. all faculty.

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Adjunct faculty face low pay, minimal administrative support, AFT finds

Higher Ed Dive

A new American Federation of Teachers survey documents the struggles contingent faculty face, including a lack of healthcare and job security.

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Is the political climate in southern states driving a faculty exodus?

Higher Ed Dive

One-third of faculty in Florida, Texas, Georgia and North Carolina said they would pursue out-of-state jobs in the coming year, AAUP found.

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