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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

October 2012


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Enrollment rose by 24 percent between 2004 and 2014, while tenured and tenure-track faculty dropped by 3 percent, and managers and supervisors rose by 19 percent, the California Faculty Association reported Tuesday.

The faculty association represents about 25,000 faculty members across CSU鈥檚 23 campuses, and much of 鈥斺€淩ace to the Bottom 鈥?Salary, Staffing Priorities and the CSU鈥檚 1%鈥?鈥?looks at salary information the group hopes will help in labor negotiations with the university in May.

But for students and taxpayers, the numbers paint a  revealing portrait of who is teaching the more than 400,000 students at the vast university and its campuses, how the ratio of professors to administrators has changed, and what CSU and its campuses looked like before and after the recession.

CSU lost a third of its budget during the mid- to late 2000s and shed thousands of employees, the university reports.

But it also added the equivalent of 600 full-time managers and supervisors 鈥攆rom 3,127 to 3,726 鈥?between 2004 and 2014 for a 19 percent increase, according to the faculty research.

Before the downturn, in 2004, 64 percent of CSU instructors were tenured professors or were on track to becoming tenured. Such faculty hold office hours for students, perform research and can help run departments. A decade later in 2014, 55 percent of CSU instructors were tenured or on the tenure track.

The actual number of professors lost isn鈥檛 clear because the faculty researchers rely on 鈥渇ull-time equivalent鈥?employees, not head count. But overall, the equivalent of 300 full-time professors was lost.

鈥淥ne of the more ominous findings for the CSU in our paper is that there is no 'next  generation鈥?of permanent faculty in the pipeline,鈥?said Lillian Taiz, a history professor at Cal State Los Angeles and president of the California Faculty Association.

It鈥檚 not that the students were left with no one to teach their classes. In fact, enrollment grew during this time by the equivalent of more than 75,000 full-time students, from about 317,000 to nearly 393,000.

But now they were being taught by more part-time lecturers: instructors without tenure who might be experts in their field but who earn lower salaries, work on year-to-year contracts and have no offices on campus or duties other than teaching. Before the downturn, 35 percent of CSU faculty were part-time lecturers. By last year, it had grown to 45 percent.

For the university, there were clear benefits to this shift.

Lecturers generally teach more classes than professors do, sometimes five in a day. But they can also be hired quickly to teach just one class, if that鈥檚 what鈥檚 needed.

鈥淒uring  the recession years it provided us with flexibility,鈥?said Laurie Weidner, CSU鈥檚 spokeswoman. 鈥淚t takes about a year to hire (tenure-track) faculty. It鈥檚 a long-term financial commitment. Lecturers provide more flexibility, and we needed that.鈥?
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Leslie Bryan, a theater lecturer at CSU San Bernardino who works with the California Faculty Association, said the faculty shift is bad not only for employees but also for the university.

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In its budget request to the state, CSU has asked for $11 million to hire more professors, Weidner said. CSU also hired 740 new full-  and part-time tenure-track faculty this year and is searching for additional full-time tenure-track positions. It isn鈥檛 clear what the net increase might be, however, after faculty departures and retirements are considered.

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The real lesson of the Rolling Stone rape article fiasco
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The embarrassment of Rolling Stone's epic journalistic failure re-emerged on Monday in Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia. Last year, the magazine , saying the college had a "culture of hidden sexual violence" that protected rapists while leaving victims helpless. The article, written by Sabrina Rubin Erdely, told the story of "Jackie," a student who claimed to have endured a brutal gang rape at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity during a party, only to have her friends discourage her from reporting it so that they could maintain their own social contacts, and UVA ignore the crime to avoid damage to the school's reputation.

The furious national outrage over the story prompted UVA to  suspend the fraternity and cancel all Greek activity on campus, while giving fuel to activists who claimed that an epidemic of rape was sweeping American college campuses.

Stung by getting scooped in their own backyard, The Washington Post assigned T. Rees Shapiro to investigate the story, and found that  about Jackie's claims. Erdely had not tried to speak with those accused about the supposed gang rape, and had gone along with Jackie when she insisted that Erdely not contact her friends, either. Shapiro and other reporters did the due diligence  that Rolling Stone eschewed, and discovered that Jackie's friends had different recollections about the night in question, and  as well. The story quickly unraveled, turning into a debate over journalistic ethics rather than sexual assault and campus discipline.

The Charlottesville Police Department, however, still took the original allegations seriously. They opened an investigation that took months. In the end, though, the investigation came up short of a definitive answer on Jackie's claims, in significant part because she didn't cooperate with the probe.

"We're not able to conclude to any substantive degree that an incident occurred at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house,"  on Monday, "or any other fraternity house, for that matter." The cops did determine that Phi Kappa Psi never had a party on the night of the alleged attack, and that no  one could be found that fit the description of the lead attacker. The man with whom Jackie had claimed to have a date that night turned out to be , a point discovered by the Post's Shapiro in December.

And yet, as Longo noted, their investigation couldn't  definitively prove that nothing traumatic had happened to Jackie on that night in September 2012. They could demonstrate that Jackie had given false information in her story, but that was all.

That's the real lesson from the Charlottesville investigation. It's impossible to prove a negative 鈥?and that's why we have the protections afforded us through due process when it comes to allegations of criminality.

Activists, abetted by the Obama administration's pressure on schools to increase disciplinary actions for sexual harassment and assault, have pushed schools into using incredibly low standards of evidence in administrative hearings, while denying the accused opportunities to confront accusers, examine witnesses and evidence, or even put on an effective defense. In too many cases, those accused on college campuses find themselves in the impossible position of proving negatives. Instead of having normal due process, they find themselves in kangaroo courts, with their lives ruined on the basis of mere allegation.

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鈥淩oscosmos and NASA have signed an agreement on taking cosmonauts to the ISS for 2017. A similar agreement for 2018 is planned to be signed in the autumn  of 2015,鈥?Roscosmos聽聽said. The Soyuz rockets from Russia serve as the only means of transport for astronauts going and coming back from the ISS since the U.S. ended its space shuttle program in 2011. The round-trip costs the U.S. $76 million.

American companies Boeing, SpaceX and others are working to develop commercial spaceships that  will transport Ameican astronauts to and from the ISS by end 2017. But these have yet to be finalised thus the arrangement with Russia. Until it has created reliable commercial spaceships, NASA will continue to rely on Russia and Roscosmos to bring its astronauts out of space.

The ISS has been occupied since 2000. Russia, the European Space Agency and the Japanese Space Agency have made significant hardware contributions to it.

Meantime, both countries will launch a  joint year-long mission to the ISS involving American and Russian astronauts. A typical mission to the outer space involves 160 to 180 days. Scott Kelly (US) and Mikhail Kornienko (Russia), both ISS veterans, will depart on March 27, 2015, 3:42 pm EST. from the historic Baikonur Cosmodrome.

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Tommy Coyle can still pull off an upset win over Luke Campbell says Derry Mathews
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Christian Bale wears a leg brace on the New Orleans set of The Big Short
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The Welsh actor was spotted wearing the large brace on his right leg while listening to headphones as he prepared to begin working on the New Orleans, Louisiana set.

What happened? Christian Bale is seen sporting a knee brace on the New Orleans set of his new film The Big Short on Monday
Christian sported a loose-fitting navy blue T-shirt on set, which he coupled with a pair of khaki shorts.
The Dark Knight star also donned a pair of light brown Birkenstock sandals, and bundled up in a puffy blue jacket.
He was seen sporting a short brown wig as he listened to his headphones on set before filming began.

New 'do: The Dark Knight actor covered up his long brown hair with a short wig as he walked across set

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The day before Christian showed off his naturally long hair as he was spotted out and about in New Orleans.
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Solo stroll: Not photographed on Sunday were Christian's wife Sibi Blazic, or their two children, nine-year-old daughter Emmeline or eight-month-old son for whom they have yet to reveal the name
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Christian is currently in Louisiana to work on upcoming drama The Big Short, which is adapted from Michael Lewis' bestseller The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine.
He portrays Michael Burry, the founder of the Scion Capital, who earned millions during the U.S. housing and credit meltdown that led to the 2007-2008 global financial crisis.

New gig: Christian recently began filming The Big Short, helmed by Anchorman and Step Brothers director Adam McKay

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He was one of the first people to predict the bubble burst and is believed to have scored a personal profit of $100 million and nearly $700 million for his investors.
Brad Pitt, who is also producing the Adam McKay-directed film, will play Cornwall Capital's Ben Hockett.
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In good company: Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, and Steve Carell will also star in the upcoming drama

Created on: 6/2/2015 12:43 PM
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With the Portland bench on the floor, the Grizzlies  offense simply died for the first half of the second quarter.&nbsp; They missed their first ten shots, and did not hit a field goal until just 6:04 was left in the quarter.&nbsp; Meanwhile, CJ McCollum and  combined for nine points, and Portland took a three  point lead, 40-37.&nbsp; Then the starters came in for both squads, and it was Portland's turn to fall apart.&nbsp; The Blazers missed ten of their final fourteen shots, and Memphis powered ahead with a 16-2 run.&nbsp; Conley and  had six, and the Grizzlies led by as many as eleven.&nbsp; A layup by Lillard with 5.4 seconds remaining  cut the lead to nine at halftime.&nbsp; McCollum led all Blazers in the quarter with five.

Aldridge did not return from halftime after re-aggravating his thumb injury while being stripped of the ball by Tony Allen in the first quarter.&nbsp;  also did not return with a reported back injury.

With Aldridge and Batum out, Portland struggled to score in the third quarter.&nbsp; Lillard had 14 points,  had  four, and no other Blazer scored.&nbsp; On the other end,  hit more threes in the quarter in four attempts than the Blazers had scored to that point on 16 attempts.&nbsp; Memphis led by as many as 18, and led by 15 after three.

The Blazers fired one last salvo to save the game, with  and  Lillard leading Portland on a 10-2 run to close the gap to seven.&nbsp; However, the door was slammed shut by former Trail Blazers Randolph, who scored nine in the quarter, including a three after a pair of missed traveling calls and what appeared to be a double leg takedown by Allen on Lillard.

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Mandel says other states can adopt transparent online systems
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Created on: 6/2/2015 12:59 PM
Chris Hemsworth melts hearts as he lovingly encourages his twins boys to take a walk in the park and cradles his daughter during family day out
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Structurally, each first-round pick receives a four-year contract, which for the picks in the Top 20 or so has been fully guaranteed (the No. 19&nbsp;overall pick was the last slot to receive a fully guaranteed contract last year). For players in the Top 10 (Dareus, Gilmore, and Watkins), a fifth-year team option is available at the value of the previous year's transition tag (the average of the ten largest prior-year salaries at the position). For picks 11-32 (Manuel), the fifth-year salary is the average of third-highest salary down  [url=]oakley dredge shorts[/url]
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The fifth-year option does not exist beyond the first round. For second-round picks, players receive considerable guaranteed money (with the percentage decreasing, depending on their slot) under four-year contracts that for 2014 ranged from the first pick of the round receiving $5.55 million (with $3.97 million guaranteed) to the last pick of the round receiving $3.55 million (with $1.41 million guaranteed). ,  [url=]belgium away jersey[/url]
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Shavar Lewis dead, Diedre Callaway arrested in alleged Lakeland stabbing
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As Lewis got  back into the passenger seat of the car to leave, someone in the group punched him, police said.
Lewis jumped out of the car and started physically fighting with Callaway's son, Antonio Callaway, police said.
Both men fell onto the ground,  and a group crowded around them, police said.
As they fought, Diedre Callaway walked up to them  holding the knife, her arms swinging wild in front of her, a witness told police.
Another witness said he heard Lewis yell She's stabbing me! She's stabbing me!
The witness drew his gun and fired a few shots into the air to try and scare the group away, police said.
Lewis was taken to Lakeland Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead on Sunday  afternoon.
He had a stab wound in  his back and an injured left lung, police said.
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Created on: 6/2/2015 1:14 PM
Daisy Lowe draws attention to her shapely legs in sheer skirt as she attends fashion launch in London
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