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AAUPAmerican Association of University Professors
AAUPAssociation of American University Presses
AAUPAlumni Association of the University of Peradeniya (Sri Lanka)
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The AAUP can provide guidance here, but the professional associations should also be rallied to issue statements questioning or resisting the accountability movement and mandatory assessment as detrimental to our quest for knowledge in the disciplines and to our mentoring of students.
After twenty-five years of experience defending academic freedom under the 1915 Report, the AAUP during the late 1930s sought to update the principles it had first codified in 1915.
While the vast majority of academic institutions report salary level data by academic rank to the AAUP each year, the number reporting continuing faculty data is much smaller and varies across years.
The tendency of Northern Baptist educational institutions to be administratively remote from their religious constituencies allowed these schools freedom to follow the AAUP ideal, but this remoteness spelled the decline of Baptist-sponsored education in the North.
36) Elsewhere, the AAUP notes that adoption of professional standards do not "necessarily bind any institution to a unilateral interpretation of it, nor has any court so held, [rather,] these documents should be understood as reasoned argument [and] if an institution resolutely tries to wall itself off from such outside influences, it loses the good along with the bad.
In addition, some universities may also consider collegiality as a separate criterion, although the AAUP cautions against this.
She serves on the Journals and Libraries Committees at the AAP, the SSP Annual Meeting Program Committee, and is a frequent speaker at the Charleston Conference, the AAP/PSP, the AAUP, the ALA, and the SSP.
We have every hope that the AAUP will terminate the strike and work toward a resolution without further injury to the University and our students," said Fallon.
A business approach has guided Wesley College without endangering its academic nature, and enabling it to view our situation through the twin lenses of the two primary canons of American colleges and universities, The AAUP 1940 Statement on Academic Freedom and Tenure and The 1966 Statement on Governance of Colleges and Universities.
At the end of his newsletter McGinn confessed that his call for creation of the AAUP was made tongue-in-cheek.
Nearly 90 percent of organized higher education faculty are represented by three labor groups--the AAUP, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA).
In April, she and incoming AAUP President Cary Nelson, a professor of English at the University of Illinois, were arrested after demonstrating in support of striking graduate assistants at New York University.