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Publications

Contingent Faculty and Student Learning

Peer Review
Fall 2002
Volume 5, Number1

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CONTENTS

FROM THE EDITOR

ANALYSIS

How Over-Reliance on Contingent Appointments Diminishes Faculty Involvement in Student Learning
Ernst Benjamin

Who Should Teach General Education Courses?
Jack Meacham

Part-Time Faculty and Student Learning: A Regional Accreditation Perspective
Sandra E. Elman

PRACTICE

Full-Time, Non-Tenure-Track Appointments: A Case Study
Myles Brand

Treating Part-Time Faculty Equitably: One College's Solutions
Elizabeth H. Tobin

RESEARCH

Why Hire Non-Tenure-Track Faculty?
John G. Cross and Edie N. Goldenberg

REALITY CHECK

Nice Work
Eliza Jane Reilly and Johanna Reilly Gosse