Revised and updated, the new edition of Tenure, Discrimination and the Courts provides a lucid overview of the case law involving charges of discrimination made by faculty members against institutions of higher learning. For those whose academic jobs may be at risk and for those who may be asked to decide the professional fate of their colleagues, this book is an essential resource.Smith, Mary Carroll, 136, 137 Social Science Citation Index, 85 Society of Jesus, 28 Southern University Law Center, 119 Spencer Institute (Chicago), 124 Stanford University, 167, 168 State equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws, 21 Statement of Principles ... 150 Tung, Rosalie, 172, 173, 191 Unionized faculty, 51 University of Alaska at Fairbanks, 53 University of California at Berkeley, 15 Universityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tenure, Discrimination, and the Courts|
|Author||:||Terry L. Leap|
|Publisher||:||Cornell University Press - 1995|