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AAUP

American Association of University Professors.
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The AAUP position states, "At its most draconian, post-tenure review aims to reopen the question of tenure; at its most benign, it formalizes and systematizes long-standing practices.
Most recently, the AAUP Committee on College and University Teaching, Research, and Publications has issued a "Statement on Graduate Students.
According to AAUP, dismissal for cause demands demonstration of unredeemed incompetence (1998, 64), not just a failure to produce a sufficient quantity and/or quality of product.
Jordan Kurland, a spokesperson for-the American Association of University Professors, said that although the AAUP cannot censure Catholic University again, they could issue a "supplementary report" and make action on that case a condition for lifting the original censure.
The length and distinction of Ralph's more than forty years of service to the AAUP are surely unparalleled in the history of the Association.
Whatever future victories the AFT, AAUP or NEA claim, there will be many more fights just around the comer.
Second, although academic institutions as we know them go back hundreds of years, tenure as we know it only became a widespread academic practice with the joint adoption of the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure by the AAUP and the American Association of Colleges.
Why does the AAUP leave out cost-of-living adjustments?
4 But it seems clear from its own published documents that much of the leadership of the AAUP wanted both Communists and "communists" out of the colleges and universities, if only to restore tranquillity.
The number of unionized faculty leaped from 14,000 in 1968 to 84,000 in 1972, when the AAUP voted to embrace collective bargaining Unlike the NEA membership, which overwhelmingly favored collective action to improve working conditions, the new policy generated conflict within the AAUP.
In addition to his academic career, Gerber spent over twenty years chairing the University Senate and the History Department at Auburn University, along with extensive service to the AAUP.
As print book sales become increasingly unreliable, the AAUP urges presses to come up with an alternative business plan.