Working With Faculty Handbooks
This webinar will review AAUP principles that should be included in faculty handbooks and consider ways in which institutional regulations may fall short and need to be revised. The presenters will be Hans-Joerg Tiede, a senior program officer in the AAUP’s Department of Academic Freedom, Tenure, and Governance, and Irene Mulvey, a faculty member at Fairfield University and a member of the AAUP’s executive committee.
The webinar is offered free of charge and registration is limited to AAUP members and field staff. To access webinars and other member-only resources, you will need to log in to the AAUP website using the credentials last sent to members in our September 19 e-mail announcing the new issue of Academe magazine.
Registration will close on Friday, October 14, or when the webinar is full (whichever is sooner). Find out more and register.
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