2014 AAUP Updates

11.13.2014 | Teaching Evaluation

The AAUP's Committee on Teaching, Research, and Publications has developed a survey, and urges you to provide us with information about your institution and your experience with faculty teaching evaluations.

11.05.2014 | Centennial Declaration

Show your support for restoring colleges and universities as a public good by signing the AAUP Centennial Declaration.

10.27.2014 | 2015 JAF Call for Papers

The AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom—a peer-reviewed, online, open access publication—seeks scholarly submissions for its 2015 volume.

10.23.2014 | New AAUP Advocacy Chapter at Seton Hall University

The chapter will focus on increasing faculty recruitment, creating a faculty survey to better understand and respond to the concerns of current faculty members, and developing a more open dialogue between faculty.

09.24.2014 | Berube to Edit Journal of Academic Freedom

We're pleased to welcome Michael Bérubé, the Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Literature and the director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities at Pennsylvania State University, as guest editor for the next volume of the AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom.

09.08.2014 | On Trigger Warnings

The AAUP's Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure's new  report discusses the current threat to academic freedom in the classroom that comes from a demand that teachers provide warnings in advance if assigned material contains anything that might trigger difficult emotional responses for students.

09.05.2014 | Rider Strike Averted

The strike at Rider University has been averted. On October 5, a  tentative agreement was reached and will be recommended by the negotiation team to the membership.

08.29.2014 | AAUP Takes UIUC to Task for Apparent Summary Dismissal

Actions taken against professor Steven Salaita appear to amount to summary dismissal, which is categorically inimical to academic freedom and due process, says a letter sent today to UIUC chancellor Phyllis Wise.

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