Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 07:59:00 -0500
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Academe brings faculty the latest news
and thought-provoking commentary.
<http://www.aaup.org/AAUP/pubsres/academe/>Academe, the magazine for and
about the higher education community, features articles about the issues
you face at your institution every day. Six times a year, the magazine
tackles the latest controversies, such as the Nadia Abu El-Haj tenure case
at Barnard, as well as the problems you face in your own professional
life?how to teach well in a large lecture class or what criteria to use in
deciding tenure and promotion.
This issue includes a special section on the concept of the mission
statement. We can take charge of the future of our institutions when we
hold administrators to the standards we set in mission statements. Check
out the pros and cons of mission statements in the latest issue of Academe
, the AAUP magazine that's both for and about you.
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This issue of Academe features three articles about mission statements?one
Supreme Court and
Robert O'Neil, director of the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection
of Free Expression at the University of Virginia, fills us in on the
impact for higher education of the recent Supreme Court decisions on
Teach Huge Evening
Here's some practical advice from a seasoned pro. You, too, can keep 'em
awake, engaged, and learning.
The National Research Council noted in a new report that security measures
imposed by the government since September 11, 2001, have restricted the
flow of information upon which research depends and should be loosened.
Three faculty members are suing Ave Maria School of Law. They allege that
they have been suspended in retaliation for whistle-blowing and for their
opposition to the decision of the school's founder, Domino's pizza magnate
Thomas Monaghan, to relocate the school to Florida, where he owns much of
the land chosen for the school's relocation.
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