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New Visions for Adjuncts and Professional Education: Can This Partnership be Saved?
Unformatted Document Text:  References American Association of University Professors. Guidelines for good practice: Part-time and non-tenure-track faculty. Retrieved October 8, 2000 from http://www.aaup.org/Issues/part- time/Ptguide.htm . Barrow, C. (1996). The new economy and restructuring higher education. The NEA Higher Education Journal. Retrieved May 26, 2005 from http://www2.nea.org/he/heta96/s96pg37.pdf . Edmonson, S. (2003). Effective use of adjunct professors in educational leadership. Paper presented for the American Association of School Administrators AnnualConference, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 21-23, 2003. Fletcher, B. (2002). Adjunct instructors, the burros of academia. Chicago Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor. Retrieved May 1, 2005 fromhttp://www.chicagococal.org/news/Burros-of-Academia.htm. Johnson, J., MacGregor, C., and Watson, R. (2001). Out of sight- out of mind: The importance of integrating adjunct faculty into an educational administrationdepartment. Paper presented at the National Council of Professors of EducationalAdministration (NCPEA), August, 2001. LeBlanc, L. (1996). A model of collaborative graduate program development in the era of downsizing. ADFL Bulletin, 27(3), 20-23. Mellander, G., & Mellander, N. (1999). Critical issues- and therefore opportunities- for community colleges. Paper presented to Congressman Major R. Owens,Congressman Carrie P. Meek, and to the Congressional Progressive Caucusand the Progressive Challenge. July, 27, 1999. Micceri, T. (1996). Facing the inevitable: Adjuncts and graduate assistants replace rank faculty in undergraduate instruction. Paper presented at the 36 th AIR Annual Forum, May 5-8, 1996. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Moser, R. (2001). The new academic labor system, corporatization and the renewal of academic citizenship. Retrieved May 16, 2005 fromhttp://www.aaup.org/Issues/part-time/cewmose.htm. Ruch, R. (2001). Higher Ed, Inc.: The rise of the for-profit university. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Schell, E., & Stock, P. (2001). Moving a mountain: Transforming the role of contingent faculty in composition studies and higher education. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Schneider, J. (2003). The unholy alliance between departments of educational Administration and their “invisible faculty.” Occasional paper of theAmerican Association of School Administrators. (ERIC Document ReproductionService No. ED474643. Thompson, D. (1995). Alternative approaches to adjunct faculty development. Issues of education at community colleges: Essays by fellows in mid-career fellowship program at Princeton University. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.D384392.) Townsend, R., & Hauss, M. (2002). The 2002 AHA-OAH survey of part-time and adjunct faculty. Perspectives, October, 2002. Retrieved May 26, 2005 fromhttp://www.historians.org/perspectives/issues/2002/0210/0210aha3.cfm.

Authors: Mauzey, Ed.
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References
American Association of University Professors. Guidelines for good practice: Part-time
and non-tenure-track faculty. Retrieved October 8, 2000 from
time/Ptguide.htm
.
Barrow, C. (1996). The new economy and restructuring higher education. The NEA
Higher Education Journal. Retrieved May 26, 2005 from
.
Edmonson, S. (2003). Effective use of adjunct professors in educational leadership.
Paper presented for the American Association of School Administrators Annual
Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 21-23, 2003.
Fletcher, B. (2002). Adjunct instructors, the burros of academia. Chicago Coalition
of Contingent Academic Labor. Retrieved May 1, 2005 from
http://www.chicagococal.org/news/Burros-of-Academia.htm.
Johnson, J., MacGregor, C., and Watson, R. (2001). Out of sight- out of mind: The
importance of integrating adjunct faculty into an educational administration
department
. Paper presented at the National Council of Professors of Educational
Administration (NCPEA), August, 2001.
LeBlanc, L. (1996). A model of collaborative graduate program development in the era
of downsizing. ADFL Bulletin, 27(3), 20-23.
Mellander, G., & Mellander, N. (1999). Critical issues- and therefore opportunities-
for community colleges. Paper presented to Congressman Major R. Owens,
Congressman Carrie P. Meek, and to the Congressional Progressive Caucus
and the Progressive Challenge. July, 27, 1999.
Micceri, T. (1996). Facing the inevitable: Adjuncts and graduate assistants replace
rank faculty in undergraduate instruction. Paper presented at the 36
th
AIR
Annual Forum, May 5-8, 1996. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Moser, R. (2001). The new academic labor system, corporatization and the renewal
of academic citizenship. Retrieved May 16, 2005 from
http://www.aaup.org/Issues/part-time/cewmose.htm.
Ruch, R. (2001). Higher Ed, Inc.: The rise of the for-profit university. Baltimore, MD:
Johns Hopkins University Press.
Schell, E., & Stock, P. (2001). Moving a mountain: Transforming the role of
contingent faculty in composition studies and higher education. Urbana, IL:
National Council of Teachers of English.
Schneider, J. (2003). The unholy alliance between departments of educational
Administration and their “invisible faculty.” Occasional paper of the
American Association of School Administrators. (ERIC Document Reproduction
Service No. ED474643.
Thompson, D. (1995). Alternative approaches to adjunct faculty development. Issues of
education at community colleges: Essays by fellows in mid-career fellowship
program at Princeton University.
(ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.
D384392.)
Townsend, R., & Hauss, M. (2002). The 2002 AHA-OAH survey of part-time and
adjunct faculty. Perspectives, October, 2002. Retrieved May 26, 2005 from
http://www.historians.org/perspectives/issues/2002/0210/0210aha3.cfm.


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