Faculty

Raritan Valley Community College Professors Concerned About Possible Pay Freeze

If Raritan Valley Community College has its way in a labor dispute with faculty, at least one professor may have trouble making ends meet.

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U of Texas Law Dean Steps Down Under Pressure

The dean of the University of Texas School of Law was essentially forced to step down today by administrators amid complaints by some faculty members about how he has allocated certain funds to professors.

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Former Alabama A&M Professor Sues School Over Wrongful Termination

A former Alabama A&M University professor, alleging she was fired earlier this year for criticizing the school's administration and its board of trustees, has sued the school for wrongful termination.

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U of Oregon Faculty Express Anger at Higher Ed Board

At a special meeting of the University of Oregon faculty Wednesday, the State Board of Higher Education and Chancellor George Pernstiener were blasted for firing U of O president Richard Lariviere.

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University Of Oregon Rally Pushes For Independent Board After Firing Of President Richard Lariviere

The University of Oregon must push for its own governing board, said many angry professors and students rallying on campus in the wake of the firing of UO President Richard Lariviere.

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Central Michigan U Faculty, Administration Back In Court Thursday

As the court injunction keeping Central Michigan University professors from striking expires, Wednesday, the faculty and administrators have a court hearing Thursday morning.

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UC Davis Faculty, Staff Weigh In On Tuition, Pepper-Spraying

They disagreed over whether UC Davis should continue to have a campus police force and whether chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi should resign following the Nov. 18 pepper-spraying of student protesters.

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Sac State Students Don't Have To Bring Snacks For Professor

Students of Sacramento State professor George Parrott won't have to supply snacks anymore in order to be taught psychology.

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Looking To Save Money, Muskegon Community College Trustees Opt Not To Hire Firm To Study Employee Compensation

The Muskegon Community College Board of Trustees decided unanimously this week against hiring an outside consultant to study how its employee compensation compares with other community colleges.

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