Professors' Group Say U.S. Faculty Salaries Not Driving Tuition Hikes

After working as a senior product-development enginner at a medical device company, Elizabeth P. Cheung realized she wanted a job with more meaning. She began a career in teaching. "I wanted to do something worthwhile, something that was actually contributing to society," Cheung told The Chronicle of Higher Education. When she took a job as an assistant professor of engineering and computer-aided drawing two years ago at Pierce College, a two-year college in Los Angeles, she took the pay cut...Full Story
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