I missed April, but figured it’s still the beginning of May, so I can get away with this topic.
I am Jewish so Spring break isn’t so much of a break, it’s more of just a break from classes, as I celebrate the holiday of Passover. It’s actually nice to have one week where […]
Due to the large number of adjuncts professors who teach undergraduate Psychology courses, the Department of Psychology established two adjunct representative positions. The role includes being a liaison between the faculty and adjuncts professors by attending monthly departmental faculty meetings.
Most importantly, adjunct representatives organize meetings that provide opportunities for adjunct professors to meet each […]
Queens is the most diverse borough in all of New York City. Just the same, Queens College is filled with diversity, not just by ethnicity or race but by SES, education level and many other factors. These differences are wonderful and great to have on campus. However, the important question to ask here is, how […]
Before I begin I would like to say that I am not claiming this to be the experience of all adjunct professors, but just the experience that I have had and that of my friends who are, like me, both a graduate student and an adjunct.
When I first signed on as an adjunct I […]
Whether you’re an adjunct with a PhD or not, most adjuncts hold degrees where they were trained to publish their research or at least collect data that has the potential for publication. Much of the discussion in this blog is on teaching and student/teacher interactions. I would like propose a space where adjuncts are encouraged […]
Forgive, but I couldn’t resist the title, having just covered for someone teaching Hamlet this semester. Clearly, I’ve joined “The Teaching Circle” blog, and am therefore actively blogging (or starting to, at least). I am, however, completely ambivalent about the project. After I tell you why, please let me know your thoughts.
I love the […]