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Emporia State University Is Told It Can Fire Employees, Including Tenured Professors

Emporia State University got permission on Wednesday to fire employees, including tenured professors, for any of a host of reasons, including “current or...

A University Asked for Faculty and Staff Volunteers at Dining Halls. The Union Said No.

The University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee has asked faculty and staff members to volunteer at its dining halls due to a staffing shortage....

After Student Walkout, American U. Agrees to New Contract With Striking Staff

Sylvia M. Burwell was preparing to address American University’s new students Friday when a loud shout echoed through the auditorium: “Pay your workers!”...

Exposing the messy, technologized, and undervalued nature of reproductive labor

The milk in this exhibit is not real. After much experimenting, Liu ended up filling the pump with “magician’s milk,” a proprietary...

Why This Provost Doesn’t Want to Recognize a Grad-Student Union

As graduate-student instructors have been advocating for union recognition and increased compensation, Indiana University at Bloomington leaders announced this week that they’d waive...

A President’s Response to Attacks on an Abortion Provider Widens a Rift With Faculty

The rollback of abortion rights promises to bring more conflict to campuses as administrators who pledge to support students and staff collide with...

Faculty-Pay Survey Records the Largest One-Year Drop Ever

Average full-time faculty salaries decreased by 5 percent in the 2021-22 academic year when adjusted for inflation, the largest single-year drop in the...

How One University Is Trying to Help Its Employees Protect Their Personal Time

Friday afternoons off. Sending emails only during work hours. Safeguarding vacation time. These are among the burnout-prevention and retention efforts Cornell University is...

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