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What I Learned at Summer Institute 2011

[This post is the first in a series about the 2011 AAUP Summer Institute. The Summer Institute is an annual event designed to enhance “leadership and chapter-building skills through discussion, learning, networking and brainstorming with fellow higher education colleagues from … Continue reading

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New this week at AAUP.org

Voices of the AAUP: Video interviews with a range of faculty about their work with the AAUP A Guide to Faculty Handbooks: Downloadable state-by-state guide to the legal weight of handbooks. Academic Freedom and Labor Education: Statement deploring the Landmark … Continue reading

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Cary Nelson on due process and John Yoo

In the NY Times‘s “Room for Debate” blog, the AAUP’s Cary Nelson explains the procedural defenses accorded by tenure: Such a process would concentrate on determining professional competence. Academic freedom does not protect a law professor from, say, clear evidence … Continue reading

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