Pay Dispute Heats Up at N.Y.U.’s Florence Campus

May 13, 2013 1464

The long-running dispute between faculty members at the Florence campus of New York University and the program's administrators took a new turn this month when the American Association of University Professors wrote a letter to Ellyn Toscano, the program's executive director, questioning the university's "commitment to academic freedom and shared faculty governance in academic decision making."

In a letter dated May 2, the A.A.U.P. said that it had received reports that N.Y.U. had cut the pay of adjunct faculty members who do most of the teaching on the campus in Italy and also had failed to give appropriate notice to faculty members who had been dismissed.

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Fonte: The New York Times

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