2016 AAUP Updates

02.09.2016 | Opt-In Notification for Academe Print Edition

Following an announcement earlier this year about a new subscription model for Academe ​magazine, the AAUP sent members instructions by e-mail on February 9 about how to opt in to a print subscription. Members who wish to continue receiving the print edition of Academe should visit this opt-in page and enter their AAUP website usernames and passwords, included in the e-mail notification. 

02.03.2016 | Statement on Wisconsin Policies

The AAUP and the AFT-Wisconsin issued a statement on draft policies on tenure issued by University of Wisconsin regents, which incorporate a number of sound elements, but fall short in other areas.

02.01.2016 | ASC Nominating Committee Issues Report

The ASC Nominations Committee for the 2016 elections issued its final report today. The Secretary, Treasurer, and Member-at-Large seats will be elected by delegates to the June 17 ASC meeting in Washington, DC.

01.24.2016 | Jordan Kurland, Champion of Academic Freedom, Dies at 87

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of AAUP associate general secretary Jordan E. Kurland. Jordan was a member of the AAUP staff for more than fifty years and carried out his responsibilities with dedication, skill, and passion. He will be sorely missed.

01.13.2016 | Inquiry at College of Saint Rose

The AAUP will send a committee to the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, to inquire into issues raised by mass layoffs. Members of the faculty sought the AAUP's assistance after a notice of layoff was sent to twenty-three faculty members.