The college denied adjuncts tickets to hear the president's address, but says it's looking for way they can attend. To adjuncts' advocates, the slight is typical.
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- President of U. of Hawaii to Retire After a Bumpy Year
- Opening a New Window Into Hemingway's Life, and U.S.-Cuba Ties
A Republican supporter of the measure said it would avoid a "roller coaster" for borrowers. One Democratic critic called it a "classic bait and switch."
- Yale U. Is Fined $165,000 Under Crime-Reporting Law
- Holistic Mental-Health Care Can Earn Colleges a New Accolade
- Researchers and Scientific Groups Make New Push Against Impact Factors
Jeffrey Beall has criticized the publisher on his blog. The company, based in India, says his comments are criminal under Indian law.
- Ga. Tech to Offer a MOOC-Like Online Master's Degree, at Low Cost
- As MOOC Debate Simmers at San Jose State, American U. Calls a Halt
- Partnership Gives Students Access to a High-Price Text on a MOOC Budget