Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 31st May 2015
The Cost of an Adjunct
The plight of non-tenured professors is widely known, but what about the impact they have on the students they’re hired to instruct?
When a college contracts ‘adjunctivitis,’ it’s the students who lose
Here is an “apologetic” article that adjuncts are not that bad for students and learning:
Are Adjunct Professors Bad for Students?
Some doubts about a recent study suggesting that part-time faculty fail to “connect” with students.
9 Reasons Why Being An Adjunct Faculty Member Is Terrible
The Adjunct Revolt: How Poor Professors Are Fighting Back
“Students aren’t getting what they pay for or, if they are, it is because adjuncts themselves are subsidizing their education,” Maria Maisto, president of the adjunct activist group New Faculty Majority, told me. “Adjuncts are donating their time; they are providing it out of pocket.”
The adjunct crisis also restricts the research output of American universities. For adjuncts scrambling between multiple short-term, poorly paid teaching jobs, producing scholarship is a luxury they cannot afford. “We have lost an entire generation of scholarship because of this,”
Adjunct Professor Salary
The New Old Labor Crisis
Think being an adjunct professor is hard? Try being a black adjunct professor.