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Career Tools- Web Sites
Maintained by Adjunct Nation, publishers of Adjunct Advocate magazine, this Web site provides information and employment services for part-time faculty members.
Contingent Faculty and Student Learning
Published by the Association of American Colleges and Universities, this special issue of Peer Review (2002) explores issues and trends associated with the use of part-time and full-time non-tenure-track faculty members. In particular, articles in this issue focus on the impact of these trends on the quality of students' educational experiences.
Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition Studies and Higher Education
Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 2001. Edited by Eileen Schell and Patricia Lambert Stock, this book uses case studies, local narratives, and analyses of models for ethical employment practices to address how the academy could improve the working conditions of part-time and non-tenure-track faculty members who teach most of the core curriculum in higher education.
Archived issues of the American Historical Association's news magazine contain articles and analysis of data on part-time teaching and adjunct teaching as they relate to the field of history.
Careers in Academic Librarianship
Did you know that a career as an academic librarian is possible with your degree in biblical studies? Please see the following website for additional information on the variety of careers in academic librarianship.
Jobs at AAUP Presses
("A Meta-list of On-Line Job-Search Resources and Services")
Jobs in Higher Education
("is a collection of Internet resources for the academic job hunter. It includes links to faculty, staff, and administrative announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions.")
The National Educators Employment Review
(lists mostly secondary education jobs)
Issues in Higher Education
AAUP On-line Diversity Resource
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Issues in Higher Education: Part-Time and Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Maintained by the American Association of University Professors, this Web site lists resources and notes studies, reports, and guidelines on part-time and non-tenure-track appointments. Also included is "Working for Academic Renewal: A Kit for Organizing on the Issues of Part-Time and Non-Tenure-Track Faculty."
The New Professoriate: Characteristics, Contributions, and Compensation
The American Council on Education's 2002 publication, available in the "Bookstore" section, analyzes data from Department of Education studies that detail the growth of part-time and non-tenure-track employment in academe.
Practical Advice for Treating Job Candidates
From The Profession column of
The Universal Index of Doctoral Dissertations
ATS Degree Program Standards for Basic Programs Oriented Toward Ministerial Leadership
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