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AAUP

AAUP

Abbreviation for American Association of University Professors.
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According to Ernie Benjamin, director of research for AAUP, tenured and tenure-track faculty together made up only 35 percent of the academic labor force in 1993.
With this crescendo of activities in the early 1970s, and after some twenty years in leadership positions in the AAUP, including as President, did Ralph cut back?
AAUP represents the largest share of private-sector faculty; however, two of three faculty members work for Govemment instiwtions.
In the profusion of digital information on the web, quality can be scarce, and the AAUP stresses that university presses must endeavor to preserve their position as academic authorities.
The AAUP has been making similar proposals for nearly one hundred years to little effect.
Fourth, termination for cause according to the AAUP is also based on a conditional clause.
Linville, Secretary of the New York City Teachers' Union, argued that the efforts of the AAUP were insufficient and that "neither teachers nor students in the colleges are free" (243).
The assignment of any one book is not a prima facie case for indoctrination, and the AAUP was right to point this out in its report.
Appended are: (1) AAUP Statement on Academic Bill of Rights; (2) Academic Senate Resolutions on Academic Bill of Rights; (3) Education Code Language on Bookstores; (4) Education Code and Title 5 Language on Sale of Materials; (5) Academic Senate Resolutions on Textbook Issues; and (6) Appendix VI: Legal Opinion on Faculty profits.
Because of close relationships between the AAUP model of academic freedom and modern evolutionary science, Baptists responded to the developing idea of academic freedom in ways similar to their responses to modernism.
The AAUP has received a grant from the Mellon Foundation to work with Fordham University's Graduate School of Business on a study of issues facing their presses, including a survey of titles and categories being published.
For example, a search of the AAUP site on September 9, 1999, revealed that the University of Chicago Press has more than 100 titles in political science (14 new in 1997), while the University Press of Kansas has 43 titles (none from 1997).