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Please check out my recent Chronicle of Higher Education article titled "Parents: Why Your Children Need College Teachers With Tenure."

This is part of a broader effort to inform the public about the meaning of tenure and academic freedom and advocate for their support. Of course the AAUP does not have access to students and their parents across the country.

Instead we invite faculty members to share the essay with their students and encourage them, in turn, to distribute it to their parents and friends.

If you would like to have a more elaborate conversation with a class about tenure or academic freedom, you could also distribute our 1940 Statement and our founding 1915 Declaration. We also recently distributed an important statement about why all teaching faculty should have tenure.

We would also be happy to share ideas about lesson plans on academic freedom and tenure. Send us your ideas.

  

The AAUP Online is an electronic newsletter of the American Association of University Professors. The mission of the AAUP is to advance academic freedom and shared governance, to define fundamental professional values and standards for higher education , and to ensure higher education's contribution to the common good. By joining, faculty members, academic professionals, and graduate students help to shape the future of the profession and proclaim their dedication to the education community. Visit the AAUP Web site and Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

 

News on S-Plus 

S-Plus software is available at Wright State University in two lab classrooms: 170 MM and 016 LX.
 For more information on open lab hours and the list of available software is found at 
http://www.wright.edu/cats/labs/

Insightful announced on February 11, 2002, that it launched a program to provide 
statistical students with a copy of S-PLUS Student Edition for free download.  
Details at http://elms03.e-academy.com/splus/ 

News on Mathematica

A Hands-On Introduction to Mathematica: http://url.wolfram.com/6NUWSA/

To reduce the time it takes to teach students how to use Mathematica so you can quickly incorporate Mathematica 6 into your classes, we have developed "A Hands-On Introduction to Mathematica." This free screencast will get new students and colleagues up to speed with Mathematica 6 in just a few minutes. If you need assistance, or have any questions, please contact me at scott_rauguth@wolfram.com.

Dr. Seoh's Graduate Teaching

Spring 2007 STT 464/664 Computational Statistics
Winter 2006 STT 744 Applied Multivariate Analysis
Spring 2005 STT 464/664 Computational Statistics
Winter 2004 STT 464/664 Computational Statistics
Fall 2003 STT 744 Applied Multivariate Analysis
Spring 2003 STT 761 Theory of Linear Models
Winter 2003 STT 424/624 Statistical Quality Control
Fall 2002 ES/STT 706 Introduction to Statistical Modeling for Environmental Data
STT 464/664 Computational Statistics
Fall 2001 STT426/626 Reliability and Life Data

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