Adjunct Professors Share Salaries and Working Conditions in a New Spreadsheet Created by Erin BartramHistorians in the News
tags: higher education, academia, labor, adjuncts
After the “Art/Museum Salary Transparency” spreadsheet and the ensuing “Arts + Museums Transparency Internship Survey” made waves this summer, a new Google spreadsheet circulating on the web is allowing adjunct professors in colleges and universities to share their salaries and working conditions. The spreadsheet, simply titled “Adjuncts Rates,” has so far garnered about 250 entries from adjunct professors across the United States. The project was launched by Erin Bartram, a historian and academic.
A great number of the adjuncts hold PhD degrees in a variety of disciplines. The majority of the adjuncts report that they do not belong to a union.
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