‘Academic capitalism’ is defined by Slaughter & Rhoades (2004), professors of higher education at the University of Georgia and University of Arizona, as "the involvement of colleges and faculty in market-like behaviors". As public investment in public higher education decreases, acad ... Continue Reading →
We begin with an invitation to UFF-UF members to discuss how faculty can address the changing needs of students in a restricted funding climate for higher education. The background for this discussion is an increasing and multidisciplinary body of scholarship that is examining the ris ... Continue Reading →
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