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He also thought, he says, that many, engrossed by the interest attaching to the exploits of Don Quixote, would take none in the novels, and pass them over hastily or impatiently without noticing the elegance and art of their composition, which would be very manifest were they published by themselves and not as mere adjuncts to the crazes of Don Quixote or the simplicities of Sancho.
The Greek throne, with its unpromising adjuncts of a ragged population of ingenious rascals who were out of employment eight months in the year because there was little for them to borrow and less to confiscate, and a waste of barren hills and weed-grown deserts, went begging for a good while.
29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing the growing need for adjunct support, Cengage Learning, a global education company, is expanding its partnership with the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), a membership organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership at community and technical colleges, to co-host a series of webinars, podcasts, and blog posts covering professional development topics for adjunct faculty and administrators.
Yet in 2014 the American Association of Community Colleges reported that 83 percent of residential faculty and 82 percent of adjunct faculty were white.
And other two-year and four-year public colleges and universities in Arkansas don't pay adjunct professors much more.
Precarious Faculty, which shares news and is an advocate for adjunct faculty, tracked news coverage from at least 20 states and regions on its blog.
For the adjunct, the pay is $3,000 for the course--with no office, parking, TA, gym privileges, health insurance, pension or job security, and about as much chance of being tenured as winning the lottery
com, adjunct professors, both Professional Educators and Expert Instructors, can post a free profile just by registering.
The adjunct faculty in Duquesne s McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts handily won a union election, with 85% voting in favor of the union over two years ago in July 2012.
By hiring adjunct faculty at one-fourth the cost, universities save approximately $60,000 according to numbers gathered by National Public Radio.
The development of models and programs to prepare and mentor online adjunct faculty has not kept pace with the demand for this resource (Adams & Dority, 2005; Blodgett, 2008).
Slightly more than half of our credits--even close to 60 percent of our credits--are taught by adjunct faculty members," Baime says.