Blog: Learning InnovationPerformance review season has rolled around once again at my institution. Participating in this process has caused me to reflect on alternative-academics' career paths (alt-acs) and how this progression differs from that of a…

Full- and part-time faculty members at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia voted to form a union affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers by a 99 percent margin, they announced last week. John Woodin,…

After a review of its academic programs, Guilford College faces more budget cuts amid continued enrollment decline, according to News and Record. Due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, five visiting professors and 47…

As colleges continue to seek opportunities to increase agility while reducing costs, automation may be a solution that helps them achieve both objectives. Automation uses artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to complete processes without…

Blog: Just Visiting Previously in this space, I have argued that tenure is dead. I said this because a majority of instructional faculty work without the protections of tenure. For my entire career I have been told that…

Two new reports highlight the gaps in employability skills among college graduates. The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities surveyed stakeholders across 31 universities on the importance of certain skills and how prepared students are…

A retired education professor at Miami University, in Ohio, was accused of making racist remarks to peaceful protesters, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. A petition calling for the removal of the faculty member, Douglas Brooks, accuses…