November 11, 2013
University Adjuncts Are Often Denied a Share of Shared Governance, Study Finds
Adjuncts remain largely excluded from faculty senates at most research universities, according to a groundbreaking study of which types of instructors can serve on such bodies.
Among the more than 100 research universities examined in the study, about two-thirds had faculty senates that were off-limits to adjunct instructors who had less than half the workload of a full-time faculty member.
The remainder of institutions were fairly evenly split between those with faculty
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