Faculty

"A Learning-Centered Approach to Faculty Development" at UBTech2012

With a laser focus on student learning, institutions must refocus and recommit to their teaching & learning missions, effectively utilize learning outcomes data, support and reward classroom innovation, and make public their efforts in the form of scholarship of teaching & learning.

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Colleges More Often Hiring Part-Timers

When college administrators explain why they hire part-time faculty, instead of pricier full-timers, they often conjure images of instructors such as Kim Rensing, who teaches criminology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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Faculty And Students Abhor Community-College Protest Rules In Seattle

Seattle Community College District students and faculty voiced their opposition Tuesday to a proposal that would restrict student protests to certain times and locations.

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Faculty Salaries Rose By 1.9 Percent This Year Despite Difficult Economic Times

After few if any raises during economic difficulties and tight budgets, the pay for college and university faculty around the country rose by 1.9 percent this year, according to a new study.

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UW-Madison Faces 'Critical' Situation On Faculty Salaries, According To New Report

UW-Madison’s faculty salaries are so low that the university is facing a “critical” situation — according to a faculty committee — if not a new one.

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University Staff in Illinois Could Lose Tuition Break

State legislators citing the state's budget woes may end a perk allowing permanent employees at Illinois universities to send their children to public colleges for half the usual price.

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University Of Northern Iowa's Allen Gets No-Confidence Vote

UNI faculty say president's proposed cuts threaten university's quality; Price Lab layoff notices given

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