On May 25, 2021, the New Jersey State Conference of the American Association of University Professors sent a letter to Seton Hall University President, Dr. Joseph E. Nyre. The letter expresses concern regarding lack of shared governance in both the APSA program review process, which resulted in cutting several programs, and the university reorganization plan… Continue reading NJ State Conference of the AAUP Letter to SHU President Dr. Joseph E. Nyre.
ARE YOU CONCERNED BY THE DIRECTION THAT SETON HALL HAS TAKEN? We are. In the fall, Seton Hall’s American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Chapter began a renewed organizing campaign. What had been a chapter of 15 grew to over 60 members. WE BELIEVE A BETTER SETON HALL IS POSSIBLE if faculty work together to… Continue reading Meeting to Discuss University Reorganization Plans – May 12, 2021
(This statement was issued to the Seton Hall Community on April 13, 2021) The decision to suspend the Asian Studies Masters Program as the result of a new program review process – one which ignores principles of shared governance – undermines Seton Hall’s commitment to DEI. At a time of rising violence and discrimination against… Continue reading Statement on Suspension of Asian Studies M.A. Program
(This statement was originally sent to Provost Passerini on March 3, 2021) The members of the SHU Advocacy Chapter of AAUP strongly support the APSA resolution passed by the Faculty Senate, which is consistent with AAUP principles. We affirm AAUP principles of shared governance, including the faculty’s primacy in academic matters, the crucial role of… Continue reading Statement in Support of Faculty Senate Resolution on APSA
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