Submitted by Ann McClure on Mon, 11/07/2011 - 5:20pm
California State University faculty will echo the Occupy movement Tuesday and Wednesday as professors and lecturers picket on campus - for a couple of hours, anyway - to vent frustration with the "1 percent" running the university.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Sun, 11/06/2011 - 6:48pm
More than half of the 447 people UW-Madison rehired after they retired have been on the job for more than one year, the limit set by the university under a new policy last month, according to a State Journal analysis of data provided by the school.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Sun, 11/06/2011 - 6:43pm
The University of Colorado regents will reconsider a 45-year-old, rarely used policy that allows fired tenured professors to stay on the school's payroll for a year unless they are ousted for "moral turpitude."
Submitted by Ann McClure on Wed, 10/26/2011 - 9:10pm
Southern University is switching to a four-day class week in January by doing away with Friday courses. Chancellor James Llorens tells The Advocate the university is making the switch to save on utility costs in buildings and to free up more time on Friday for student advising and faculty office hours.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 6:00pm
The Daily Chronicle sent a Freedom of Information Act request to The State Universities Retirement System asking for the monthly pension amount for people who have worked at some point in their careers for Northern Illinois University and Kishwaukee College.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 5:54pm
All last week, students at Smith College were buzzing over a rumor that the school was going completely vegetarian and locavore. There were protests and counter-protests, with slogans chalked on walkways. There was a Twitter feed that caught the attention of VegNews, “America’s premier vegan lifestyle magazine.’’ At a student government meeting, the dining services manager came under attack: How did she expect students to pass their midterms without coffee?
Submitted by Ann McClure on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 5:53pm
A California State University faculty leader is suing the CSU in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming that administrators broke the state's public disclosure laws this year by failing to reveal that the salary approved by trustees for the new president of Cal Poly was above the maximum published amount for that job.