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If you’re an adjunct professor, chances are you didn’t get into teaching for the money. According to a 2017 report from the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), the average total p...

Todd Wallis
  • May 30 2018

Most adjunct professors don’t think of themselves as entrepreneurs. For many in academia, becoming a tenured professor is still viewed as the ideal career path. However, this is no easy feat to ach...

Todd Wallis
  • May 23 2018

In academia, one of the biggest trends in recent years is the rise of adjunct teaching. Since the early 1970s, tenured positions at colleges and universities in the U.S. have steadily been replaced...

Todd Wallis
  • May 16 2018

Adjunct professors used to be a small subset of the teaching population. A few decades ago, most professors teaching at the college level were employed in full-time or tenure-track positions. Now, ...

Todd Wallis
  • May 09 2018

We’ve all heard the adage “those who can’t do, teach.” While the popular saying is an easy way to make fun of teachers and put down teaching as a profession, a better phrase might be: those who do ...

Todd Wallis
  • Apr 25 2018

It’s hard to believe it, but getting a Ph.D. is no longer a surefire way to become a tenured professor. Reports from 2014-’15 reveal that roughly one in five (or fewer) doctorate students with Ph.D...

Todd Wallis
  • Apr 18 2018

A few decades ago, a college professor who only taught part-time was fairly uncommon. Today, non-tenure track and part-time faculty are not only commonplace, they’re the majority. The rise of part-...

Todd Wallis
  • Apr 11 2018

Adjunct professors work hard, but don’t always get paid well for it. A 2012 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau found that 22% of part-time faculty nationwide live below t...

Todd Wallis
  • Apr 03 2018

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