A source, and sometimes target, of these dispatches, Professor Martin Kich of Wright State University, used the academe blog maintained by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) to denigrate conservative U. S. Representative Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, but without quite answering what he viewed as the congressman’s misstatements.
Topic: Academe blog
A new survey suggests they are. As relayed by Martin Kich on the academe blog maintained by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), most professors (60%) think insufficient funding is the overriding issue affecting…
He may be out of sight but he’s still around somewhere in the vicinity of his former roost–the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Interestingly, when you read the academic reactions they reveal more of what got past reviews by peers and, if you spend any time actually reading real academic articles, what is startling is the uncanny degree to which they do look like the real thing.
An English professor from Linfield College shows us how, while making the case for this and other forms of curtailment of academic freedom and free expression on campus.
The U. S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Janus public employee union fees case is breaking down into a question of self-determination or self-preservation but which side is which?
Every time veteran college administrators and professors get together to show that they know how to save higher education, they show that they don’t. “Another solution is to sponsor new academic programs,” Brian C. Mitchell…
One of the many ironies or paradoxes of life in academia is that freedom of speech never is more complex than when it is discussed by people who speak for a living.
It is worthy of note when someone from the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) criticizes a Democratic U. S. Secretary of Education, even if the latter’s tenure has expired.
And will it lead to an understanding of the economics the rest of us live with?