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AAUPAmerican Association of University Professors
AAUPAssociation of American University Presses
AAUPArab American University, Palestine
AAUPAlumni Association of the University of Peradeniya (Sri Lanka)
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A perusal of the American Association of University Professors Bulletin from that period further confirms a considerable degree of faculty hostility toward suspected communists.
The American Association of University Professors urges faculty to negotiate contracts that supersede the Copyright Law of 1976 and return to them institution by institution the teacher exception they enjoyed under judicial case law based on the 1909 Copyright Law (Quigley, 2001).
Again, even the American Association of University Professors acknowledges this reality.
The American Association of University Professors and its actions in regard to policy are not a paradigm of pure good (I was on the AAUP's national governing council for 3 years, and I know well that they have their problems too).
When the American Association of University Professors reported on IRBs earlier this year, it found schools typically claim sweeping rights to pass on any research involving humans, whether the federal government is paying for it or not.
Professional associations, such as the American Association of University Professors (AAUP, 1987) and the American Psychological Association (APA, 1992) have issued responsibility standards that apply to their general membership and special considerations that cover the unique situations that confront their academic professionals.
Washington, DC: American Association of University Professors.
In response, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) "blacklisted" the university, and students boycotted their classes.
The texts of SP-1, Proposition 209, and a report of the American Association of University Professors on the passage of SP-1 are in an appendix.
That pressure sometimes comes from administrators, but I have failed to see it ferociously opposed by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).
Many professors will respond to these charges by reciting the standard American Association of University Professors line: tenure is necessary to maintain academic freedom.
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