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Professor problems

Sarah Rogers, Opinion Editor
February 21, 2017
Filed under Opinion

As far as instructors and professors go, the students here have it pretty good. For the most part, students express high praise for those who have taught them. However, majority of professors are not the issue. The issue resides with the small percentage of professors whose names are said with...

Tenure track: a new perspective

Bobby Shipman
October 16, 2013
Filed under Features

Assistant Professors Aimee Adam, Sakina Hughes and Lorinda Coan brought diverse backgrounds when they joined USI’s faculty as tenure track employees August 2013. Tenure means an employee cannot undergo termination without just cause or subjection to periodic contract renewals. Faculty members on...

Tenure Series: Aimee Mark

Tenure Series: Aimee Mark

Ariana Beedie
September 24, 2013
Filed under Features

Aimee Mark added a notch to her academic belt by receiving tenure this year. After six years of working hard for this achievement, her work paid off. “Typically it’s a six-year process,”  said Sid Hall, who gained tenure in 1993. Having tenure allows individuals to say what needs to be...

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