This episode of the Conflict, Education, Law, Society Series addresses NTT academic labor issues:
Colleges and universities increasingly rely on part-time and non-tenure track faculty, who now teach half or more of all classes on many campuses. Many adjunct faculty complain of low salaries and little respect, including those who have been teaching full time for years. Some adjuncts are turning to labor unions to negotiate better pay and benefits, including adjuncts at George Washington University and American University. We explore the issues.Not in Kojo Nnamdi's local listening area? Listen live online or read transcript later and listen to / download an archived podcast. To post comments (before, during or after) and ask questions during the program, register online. Listen to WAMU online here, watch clips on YouTube, follow @kojoshow on Twitter or like the Kojo Show on Facebook. Email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President for Higher Education at the Service Employees International union's Coalition for Academic Labor, Kip Lornell welcomes part time faculty at George Washington University where he is Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies and Music.
(from NewFac news blitz sent Sept30 by Esther Merves)