professors think otherwise, of course; they think they are brave.
Even though numerous universities are implementing more part-time or contingency faculty as efficient means to balance budgets, those tenured
are utilizing lifelong job security.
The 7th Circuit found the new statute violated the contract clause rights of previously tenured
The only difference between the US tenured
teachers, however, and the array of misfits that do the rounds in Bahrain, in my opinion, is that for seven years at least, the teachers in the US did a good job.
While the majority of those tenured
for more than 10 years (red) stated that colleagues, family, mentors, and finances had mattered most, their younger peers--especially those tenured
for less than three years (black)--believed the opposite to be true.
The university motivates tenured
faculty by reviewing them fully every three years, and those with meritorious performance can receive 8 percent pay raises - from a pool of money for that purpose which the UO and the faculty union, United Academics, negotiate each contract season.
A popular misconception casts tenured
professors as agitators who cite academic freedom as an excuse to squabble with administrators.
He said cost-cutting steps have included, among other things, laying off one tenured
professor and eliminating a number of staff positions.
The higher-ed sample consisted of 37 (44.5%) recorded as tenured
faculty, while 46 (55.42%) were nontenured.
The report defines a fund as "young" if its start date was within the last two years, "mid-size" if it has been within the last two to four years, and "tenured
" if it has been operating for more than four years.
Whereas full-time tenured
and tenure-track faculty were once the norm, the professoriate is now comprised of mostly non-tenure-track faculty.
that the influence of tenured
faculty on campus would diminish."