Steven G. Olswang, Barbara A. Le.
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Academic freedom and tenure provide important protections to faculty members; they are of special importance to the maintenance of the intellectual vitality and creativity of American colleges and universities. Tenure ensures the economic security of the professor and guarantees that due process will be afforded the faculty member should the position be threatened.
The increasingly complex environment in which colleges and universities operate can lead to conflict between the goals of the institution and the freedom of faculty to function as independent scholars.
Recommendations are offered to avoid unnecessary problems between faculty and administrators while preserving the concepts of academic freedom and tenure.
interactions and conflicts. by Steven G. Olswang. Published 1984 by Association for the Study of Higher Education in Washington, .
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