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AAUP

American Association of University Professors.
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An AAUP censure is a relatively rare condemnation that can damage a university's reputation in the academic world.
The AAUP (2000) defined the preferred teaching load as nine hours per week for undergraduate education and six hours per week for graduate education in order for faculty to be effective in teaching and scholarship.
However, shared-governance violations have now reached the level of national epidemic, according to the AAUP.
AAUP faculty gender equity indicators 2006: A report for the American Association of University Professors.
In general, however, the AAUP refers to a set of ethics drawn up in 1940 that says professors should be free from discipline for their speech as private citizens.
The AAUP helps professors who have some difficulties exercising their academic freedom, investigates institutions accused of interfering with academic freedom, and censures institutions that it determines have violated academic freedom.
Nevertheless, even if the AAUP manages to generate a unified front to resist the IRB juggernaut, the prospects for success seem dim, given the prevailing cultural environment.
Publishing editors, presidents and executives at such groups trade stories and strategies about the challenges of digital technology, which allows entities to publish, but they thumb their noses at the peer review and standards required by an AAUP affiliate.
For example, a faculty member who is an associate professor one year and promoted to full professor status in the next year will be counted as a continuing associate professor in the second year in the AAUP salary survey.
Because of close relationships between the AAUP model of academic freedom and modern evolutionary science, Baptists responded to the developing idea of academic freedom in ways similar to their responses to modernism.