The committee found that the tenure-track
faculty member was not afforded adequate notice of nonrenewal or the opportunity to appeal the decision to a faculty body and that the nonrenewal was a consequence of her having lodged complaints of sexual harassment against an administrator.
19% Institutions planning to decrease full-time, tenure-track
Gregory Tapis has chronicled why he chose to devote the time and effort to become a CPA despite the fact that he already held a tenure-track
position and had been teaching without the credential ("Why are You Not a CPA?" Journal of Accountancy, February 2016, http://bit.ly/2fbBAFd).
Despite the increasing number of non-tenure-track faculty, the prestige and stability associated with tenure-track
positions continues to make them especially attractive for graduate students entering the higher education job market (Helms, 2015).
In 2013, the mean salary for new doctoral graduates in accounting was $151,100, while the mean salary for an assistant professor of accounting (the entry-level tenure-track
position) was $135,800.
Michele Yatchmeneff and Matt Calhoun, both Alaska Native Science b Engineering Program alumni, are the first tenure-track
Alaska Native engineering faculty members at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Several Articles in this issue consider a topic that has increasingly become the subject of heated debate in the legal academy: the status divide between doctrinal, tenure-track
professors and legal writing, clinical, and library faculty members.
position will be jointly funded for the first six years by the council and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
In 1994, mandatory retirement for faculty was eliminated, reducing the retirement of tenure-track
Since teaching tends to be the primary responsibility of contingent faculty, they may have more time to engage in CBL than tenure-track
faculty who must balance multiple professional roles (Colbeck & Wharton-Michael, 2006).