My way led through Pleasant Meadow, an adjunct
of the Baker Farm, that retreat of which a poet has since sung, beginning,--
Indeed, in another minute we were in a lofty room with skylight, easels, dressing-cupboard, platform, and every other adjunct
save the signs of actual labor.
This is an important need for adjuncts
and Cengage Learning is committed to supporting them in their careers.
Arkansas Business surveyed more than a dozen public colleges and universities across the state and found two-year schools typically pay adjuncts
between $1,200 and $2,000 per three-hour course taught, while four-year schools generally pay between $2,000 and $2,500.
Isolation, marginalization, and lack of recognition are common feelings expressed by adjuncts
Therefore, many adjuncts
had to find more creative ways to express their frustrations than actually abandoning their classrooms.
The Washington Post reported recently that Virginia's community college system retains 7,400 adjuncts
but only 2,852 full-time professors.
There is a tremendous need for these adjuncts
especially in Health Sciences, IT, Business, Engineering and many other fields.
We re proud of the adjuncts
for sticking together during this drawn-out process, and our union hopes to sit down at the table with Duquesne s administration to begin bargaining as soon as possible, said USW International President Leo W.
have earned their spot on the full-time faculty list or at least a salary above the American poverty line.
The effective use of adjuncts
provides universities with flexibility to staff courses according to variations in student enrollment, but to ensure quality of instruction, it is incumbent upon universities to provide adjuncts
with a well-organized and reliable infrastructure, clearly identified performance expectations, consistent assessment methods, and effective communication, support, and training (Adams & Dority, 2005).
Part-time instructors known as adjuncts
don't get paid the same rate as regular faculty.