- The American Association of University Professors released a draft report Thursday arguing that off-tenure-track faculty should have more say in school governance.
- The report argues that current governing models undermine "faculty professionalism, the integrity of the academic profession, and the faculty's ability to serve the common good."
- Adjuncts, librarians and graduate students are among those whom the AAUP believes should be heard by university leadership.
From the article:
The American Association of University Professors is poised to urge colleges to give much more say in their governance to contingent faculty members, including many part-time adjuncts, librarians, and graduate students who are paid to teach or conduct research. ...