This is a cross-post from Watching Adams “an effort to communicate information, conduct investigative journalism, and facilitate discourse about Adams State University (ASU), a state-supported liberal arts university in Alamosa, Colorado.” … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Timothy Shiell, a professor of philosophy at the University of Wisconsin–Stout and a member of the American Philosophical Association’s Committee for the Defense of … Continue reading
Thank you to our members who took the time to send a message to their State Representative opposing House Bill 48. We had nearly 1,000 e-mails sent through our Action … Continue reading
I was doing some online research and happened to follow a link to the Wikipedia entry for the major events of 1915. What follows is a selectively edited version of … Continue reading
In his article in the November-December issue of Academe, “Community Colleges in the AAUP,” Paul Davis turns our attention to the evolving role of community colleges. Having taught for almost thirty years … Continue reading
In her article in the November-December Academe, “Improving the Legal Landscape for Unionization at Private Colleges and Universities,” AAUP general counsel Risa L. Lieberwitz considers the legacy of the US … Continue reading
But Will My Robot Students Have Names? And How Will I Remember Those Names unless They Have Faces to Go with Those Names?
Here is a succinct summary from University World News of an article by Cara McGoogan that has been published by Wired: “Researchers in Japan are one step closer to their … Continue reading
It’s 1 pm on a Monday and I am still at home. I just finished my class preparation for my seminar later this afternoon, made myself a tuna melt and … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Jeffrey Scheuer, the author of two books on media and politics and a work in progress about critical thinking and liberal education. His website is at … Continue reading
Call for papers is out for the AAUP’s Journal of Academic Freedom. The journal is published once a year, with funding from the AAUP Foundation.