All Faculty Trends Articles

Mar 2013
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? The Increasingly Contingent Faculty Workforce

    James C. Hearn
    University of Georgia

    Mary Milan Deupree
    University of Georgia

Sep 2012
Issue #105
The Contingency Movement: A Longitudinal Analysis of Changing Employment Patterns in U.S. Higher Education

    James C. Hearn
    University of Georgia

    Mary C. Milan
    University of Georgia

    T. Austin Lacy
    Research for Action

Mar 2012
Higher Education Leadership Summit: Thinking Strategically About Leadership, Governance, and Economic Trends

    Margaret A. Miller, Ph.D.
    Curry School of Education
    University of Virginia

Dec 2011
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
The Faculty Retirement Decision

    Paul J. Yakoboski
    Senior Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Aug 2011
Issue # 103
Motivating Reluctant Retirees in Higher Education: Interviews with College Administrators and Senior Faculty

    Jean Foster
    Research Director
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

    Linda Naiditch
    Assistant Vice President
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

    Lisa Politzer
    Senior Research Associate
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

Jun 2011
Retirement Confidence on Campus: The 2011 Higher Education Retirement Confidence Survey

    Paul J. Yakoboski
    Principal Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Aug 2009
Apr 2009
Managing Retirement in Higher Education

    Paul J. Yakoboski
    Principal Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Dec 2008
Toward the Professoriate of the Future: Critical Questions for Higher Education and America

    Jerry Berberet
    Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
    Carroll College
    TIAA- CREF Institute Fellow

Jun 2008
Issue # 92
Perceptions of Early Career Faculty: Managing the Transition from Graduate School to the Professorial Career

    Jerry Berberet
    Vice President for Academic Affairs, Carroll College
    Founding Executive Director, Associated New American Colleges
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

Feb 2008
Issue # February, 2008
Regenerating the Faculty Workforce: A Significant Leadership Challenge and a Public Policy Concern

    Valerie Martin Conley, Director, Center for Higher Education and Associate Professor of Counseling and Higher Education at Ohio University; TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow 

Jan 2008
Issue # January, 2008
Generational Shockwaves: Implications for Higher Education

    Donald E. Heller, Professor of Education and Senior Scientist and Director, Center for the Study of Higher Education at The Pennsylvania State University;
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow 

Nov 2007
Do Great Minds Think Alike? Faculty Perspectives on Career and Retirement

    By Paul J. Yakoboski
    Principal Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Mar 2007
Issue # 87
The Reshaping of America's Academic Workforce

    David W. Leslie, TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow,
    The College of William and Mary

Jan 2006
Faculty Careers and Flexible Employment

    David W. Leslie, The College of William and Mary, and TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

Dec 2005
Issue # 86
Faculty Recruitment and Retention: Concerns of Early and Mid-Career Faculty

    Carroll-Ann Trotman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Betsy E. Brown, University of North Carolina

Jul 2005
Jun 2005
Issue # 84
Late Career Faculty Perceptions: Implications for Retirement Planning and Policymaking

    Jerry Berberet, Associated New American Colleges
    Carole J. Bland, University of Minnesota
    Betsy E. Brown, University of North Carolina
    Kelly R. Risbey, University of Minnesota

Dec 2004
Issue # 82
Recruitment, Retention, and Retirement: Compensation and Employment Policies For Higher Education

    Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University
    Madeleine d'Ambrosio, TIAA-CREF Institute

Nov 2004
Sep 2004
To Phase or Not to Phase: The Dynamics of Choosing Phased Retirement in Academe

    David W. Leslie, The College of William and Mary and TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow
    Natasha Janson, The College of William and Mary

Apr 2004
Faculty Retirement Incentives by Colleges and Universities

    John H. Pencavel, Stanford University

Apr 2004
Apr 2004
The Value of Phased Retirement

    Steven G. Allen, North Carolina State University

Apr 2004
The Growing Postdoc Population at U.S. Research Universities

    Jennifer Ma, TIAA-CREF Institute and
    Paula E. Stephan, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University

Apr 2004
The Changing Nature of Faculty Employment

    Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Liang Zhang, Cornell University

Dec 1999
Issue # 62
Dec 1998
Issue # 58
To Retire or Not? Examining Life after the End of Mandatory Retirement in Higher Education

    Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University and P. Brett Hammond, TIAA-CREF

Mar 1998
Issue # 55
Higher Education: Enrollment Trends and Staffing Needs

    Carol Frances, Kaludis Consulting Group

Mar 1997
Issue # 50
Faculty Pension Choices in a Public Institution: Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Plans

    Robert L. Clark, Professor, College of Management; Loretta Harper, Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources; and M. Melinda Pitts, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Economics, all of North Carolina State University

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