Poorly paid adjuncts
may garner the most sympathy, but they are not the only victims.
And Faculty Forward, an advocacy project of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), reports that Jesuit colleges in 2013 saved an average of about $42,000 for every course an adjunct
Support for the adjunct
clinical nursing instructor can also be provided through mentorship.
faculty unionization has not had much impact on access to health insurance.
He said about 1,500 of the school's a little more than 1,600 adjunct
faculty belong to the union, nearly double the number of union member just a few years ago.
While these studies focused on full-time faculty, many occupational therapists begin their transition to academia as adjunct
Overall, universities are hiring adjuncts
at a rate of 3 to 1 over full time faculty and more than 70% of faculty hiring in higher education was adjunct
rather than full-time faculty (Bettinger & Long, 2010; Caruth & Caruth, 2013).
This article considers the shortage of accounting faculty and the phrase "qualified adjunct
faculty." looking at the requirements as specified by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
As a contingent workforce, however, gaining the commitment of adjunct
faculty beyond a paycheck has been difficult (June, 2012; Merriman, 2010).
However, the decision to hire adjunct
faculty often falls to a department chair who may or may not have the time to screen and interview multiple candidates.
The topic of her presentation is "Using Oak Adjuncts
for Specific Winemaking Goals." Saying too many winemakers are imprecise about their use of adjuncts
, Seabrook will reveal how to avoid common winemaking mistakes.
For the most part, contingent or adjunct
faculty inspire the most sympathy.