A proposal to open the shared-governance body to non-tenure-track instructors failed to garner a needed two-thirds majority in two rounds of voting.
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- A Graduate Student Left to 'Die on the Vine' Gets Her Day in Court
- Department Chairs Find Themselves in the Hot Seat
- Most History Ph.D.'s Have Jobs
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The department's solicitation is an opportunity to formally test the merits of a variety of ideas, such as competency-based learning.
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- Audit Is Latest Salvo in Fight Over Cuts at Pennsylvania's State Universities
- Mapping a Faster Path to a Degree
- Online 'Toolkit' Gathers Information About Federal Student Aid
- Group Uses Documentary Storytelling to Promote Access to College
Emerald, a paperless-exam company begun by three Penn students and funded by a student investment group, is in beta testing.
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- Angered by MOOC Deals, San Jose State Faculty Senate Considers Rebuff
- In Wake of Traumas, Digital Archives Gather Crowds
- Judge Hands Google a Big Victory in Lengthy Book-Scanning Case
- Will MOOCs Change Campus Teaching?