American Association of University Professors


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American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

a national organization of faculty members of institutions of higher learning. The AAUP represents faculty in matters of academic freedom, appointment policies, and procedures, and serves as the bargaining agent for the faculties of some universities.
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Academic freedom and the 'Trojan Horse' in American education, Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors 25:550-555.
Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association, and the American Association of University Professors, "Joint Statement on Faculty Status of College and University Librarians", 1973,) Policy Documents and Reports, 1995 edition, (Washington, D.
According to the union's website, it has an affiliation with the American Association of University Professors, but is independent.
According to the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), in 1970, 22 percent of all university faculty were adjuncts.
Lovejoy and John Dewey gathered scholars at a meeting at Johns Hopkins University to form the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).
This approach, recommended by the American Association of University Professors, would be to require all coauthors to furnish a written statement of their respective contributions to a collaborative work.
The abuses and scandals in intercollegiate athletics programs have promoted the American Association of University Professors to revisit issues related to college athletics and to offer this report.
It is fortunate that the American Association of University Professors now has the courage to tackle it.
He was a member of American Association of University Professors and served as secretary of that organization.
A committee of the American Association of University Professors concluded last year that online learning could be ``a valuable pedagogical tool to increase access to higher education.
Jonathan Alger, legal counsel with the American Association of University Professors, argues that the lack of students from different backgrounds will diminish the quality of education at the University of California system.
American Colleges, and American Association of University Professors.

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