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AAUP Concerns Over Pathways Rekindled

Recent events at Queensborough Community College have rekindled the AAUP’s concerns about academic freedom and shared governance in the CUNY system. Read a letter to the chancellor.

About Gwendolyn Bradley

Senior program officer at the American Association of University Professors.

3 comments on “AAUP Concerns Over Pathways Rekindled

  1. Pingback: Queensborough Community College: The Saga Continues | Academe Blog

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  3. Pingback: CUNY Pathways: No Faculty Support | Academe Blog

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This entry was posted on September 27, 2012 by in academic freedom, faculty, shared governance and tagged .
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