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Recession Finally Hits Faculty
Posted By Malcolm A. Kline On January 11, 2010 @ 12:50 pm In Faculty Lounge | No Comments
The good news: George Washington University  is laying off professors.
The bad news: in the hard sciences.
“The University is offering buyout packages to 39 full-time professors in the School of Engineering and Applied Science as part of a move to increase the school’s research presence, top-level University officials said in December,” Lauren French  writes in the GWU Hatchet online. “All full-time faculty on active status were mailed letters on Oct. 22, and professors offered the package—those who joined the SEAS staff before 1994—have until Jan. 29 to accept the ‘voluntary separation incentive program,’ SEAS Dean David Dolling said in an e-mail.”
“The 39 faculty members offered the package comprise about half of the 83 full-time faculty in the school, according to data from the Office of Institutional Research’s Web site.” Left unmolested in the downsizing are such liberal arts, in every sense of the word, stalwarts whose activities Accuracy in Academia has covered as:
Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia .
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