National Adjunct Action Day Poster

From my colleague Jessica Thompson at San Diego City College

National Adjunct Day Poster

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9 thoughts on “National Adjunct Action Day Poster

  1. Hello,
    I’m trying to get in touch with the anonymous adjunct who started this movement at SD State. Could you please tell me how to reach her? I’d like to invite her to be on an audio podcast about the NAWD.
    Thanks,
    Suzanne

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    • Suzanne, if I’m not mistaken, the anonymous adjunct is at San Jose State, not San Diego State. Keep investigating the “adjunctiverse” and you may get some leads. I have no idea. Good luck, and thanks for recognizing the significance of this movement. There is a sense that the movement is about much more than equal pay for adjuncts: it’s about the survival of what we know as higher education as a public good; it’s about saving the soul of higher education.

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      • Doh! What a silly mistake. Sorry about that. I actually found the person I was looking for. Thanks!

        Suzanne

        From: The Adjunct Crisis <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: The Adjunct Crisis <comment+7itaxfsg7y4bacfqda64kpdxo5v3egrk7vh_jttnrjekphs_5qt9o67@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 4:38 PM To: Suzanne Pekow <spekow@americanpublicmedia.org> Subject: [New comment] National Adjunct Action Day Poster

        jrhoskins commented: “Suzanne, if I’m not mistaken, the anonymous adjunct is at San Jose State, not San Diego State. Keep investigating the “adjunctiverse” and you may get some leads. I have no idea. Good luck, and thanks for recognizing the significance of this movement.

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