The National Day of Awareness for Campus Equity Week seeks to promote awareness of contingent faculty working conditions across the nation, serve as a call to action, and foster solidarity between contingent faculty and other members of the university community. A group of contingent faculty from various departments within Ohio State University has organized a Teach-In where there will be panels discussing personal experiences, working conditions, and academic studies connected with contingent faculty.
12:00PM: Take My Job, Please: Who Owns Teaching in the Twenty-first Century, Frank Donoghue, Professor in the Department of English
12:30PM: Life of a Lecturer: Stories and Experiences from Contingent Faculty
1:00PM: Professional Standards for Treatment of Faculty, John Blackburn, Fisher College of Business/American Association of University Professors (AAUP), Sarah Holt, University Center for the Advancement of Teaching (UCAT)
1:30PM: Academic Studies of Lecturers, Elizabeth Klainott-Hess, PhD student in the Department of Sociology
2:00PM: Viewing and Discussion of Con Job
3:00PM: Solidarity and Workplace Action, Pranav Jani, Associate Professor in the Department of English
3:30PM: Life of a Lecturer: Stories and Experiences from Contingent Faculty
The hashtags for this event/movement are #2017CEW #CampusEquity #OSUEquity and #mask4ce. The (national) Twitter handle is @2017CEW. Add the event on Facebook.