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Over the past few days a disturbing story emerged from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. It concerns academic labor. It began with a Facebook post from The Professor is In, sharing and commenting on a memo from Michael Molino, SIU-C’s … Continue reading
Another American state continues to experience higher education pain. Illinois has been struggling under the multiple burdens of demographics, a sclerotic state government, and rising costs (see some of my posts). Now the University of Illinois system‘s president, Timothy Killeen, states … Continue reading
In the American state of Illinois higher education continues to absorb body blows. Over the weekend it was Eastern Illinois University‘s turn to make a series of harsh cuts. The university is laying off 177 staff, about one third of … Continue reading
The American state of Illinois continues to experience a political deadlock, and that crisis has claimed another campus. Running out of money thanks to the state’s paralysis, Western Illinois University is preparing for a harsh set of cuts and other … Continue reading
he state of Illinois has been stuck in budgetary trench warfare for months, and this has prompted talk of serious cuts in its public colleges and universities. This week it’s the accrediting agency who’s raising the sacrifice specter. What’s in … Continue reading
This week it’s Western Illinois University‘s turn to consider a queen sacrifice. “At this point I anticipate that it will be necessary to inform approximately 50 faculty of the elimination of their positions,” the interim provost, Kathleen Neumann, said during a … Continue reading
The governor of Illinois proposed a state budget, and it includes massive cuts to public higher education. Bruce Rauner offered a $387 reduction in state support, down about one third from the current level. It could be another state-mandated queen … Continue reading
Toggle terms rise as COVID-19 surges across the United States, suggesting a more online spring semester
I last posted about American campuses enacting toggle terms three days ago. Since then the number of examples has ballooned. Let me offer two background notes. First, I came up with the “toggle term” model waaaaaaay back in April. It … Continue reading
I’m writing this in haste, as I’ve been spending hours in meetings, interviews, and class preparation. I have an experimental teaching game to share shortly, among other news. Yet at full speed I wanted to share some datapoints from today … Continue reading
How is American higher education faring this semester, as COVID-19 continues to attack the world? National Public Radio has a very critical report which should provoke some rethinking, at least. For context, colleges and universities are currently using a wide … Continue reading