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Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty

National Research Council Committee

Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty

The Consequences for Higher Education

by National Research Council Committee

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    ContributionsHarriet P. Morgan (Editor), P. Brett Hammond (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9742532M
    ISBN 100608023345
    ISBN 109780608023342

    A Case Study of Retirement Decisions of Tenured Faculty at a Public Research University A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA BY Leslie C. Johnson IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF EDUCATION Darwin D. Hendel, Ph. . The resulting Committee on Mandatory Retirement in Higher Education, composed of representatives of higher education administration, faculty, and the public, including the chair of the AAUP’s Committee W, issued a report, Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty: The Consequences for Higher Education, recommending that the exemption be.

    demic labor market in which tenured professors could not be required to retire at any specified age. Until , manda-tory retirement had been an integral component of human resources policy for all higher educational institutions, but it especially affected research universities. The end of mandatory retirement raised several concerns among. Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty: The Consequences for Higher Education. This report discusses whether the special circumstances of tenured faculty in higher education justify a continued exception to the national policy prohibiting age discrimination in employment, and examines a number of practical steps that are available.

    Chapter six deals with the subject of tenure and retirement, and consists largely of an excerpt from the National Research Council's report on the effect of ending mandatory retirement for tenured faculty, 32 and portions of a treatise entitled Faculty Retirement in the Arts and Sciences by Albert Rees and Sharon Smith. I. Introduction. Carnegie Mellon University has adopted this policy to facilitate the voluntary retirement of tenured faculty. While faculty are not constrained to retire at any particular age, arrangements for retirement are naturally a part of a faculty .


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Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty by National Research Council Committee Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Committee on Mandatory Retirement in Higher Education was charged with examining the potential effects on colleges and universities and faculty members of ending the current exemption for tenured faculty in the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.

new circumstances and at a future date, of nearlycurrent tenured faculty as well as an unknown number of future faculty members. It was further complicated by the need to evaluate the effects of something that had not yet occurred, since most of the states that have eliminated mandatory retirement have done so within the past few years.

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Mandatory retirement would open up opportunities for younger people, who today spend as long as years pursuing careers from which they are often blocked by senior faculty members who refuse.

Faculty Retirement in the Arts and Sciences summary. In the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was amended to abolish mandatory retirement for tenured faculty members in colleges and universities effective January 1, Rees and Smith reveal that the ending of mandatory retirement will have much smaller effects than Cited by: Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty: The Consequences for Higher Education.

National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council, Washington, DC. Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington, D.C. ISBN p.; Prepared by the Committee on MandatoryFile Size: 3MB. Filed under: Universities and colleges -- Faculty -- Retirement -- United States.

Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty: The Consequences for Higher Education, ed. by P. Brett Hammond and Harriet P. Morgan (page images at NAP) Filed under: Retirement communities -. C ongress had just amended the age-discrimination law in to prohibit mandatory retirement when I started my academic career.

Higher education was exempt, however, and institutions could still Author: Deborah K. Fitzgerald. Since the economic downturn, many experts on the academic work force have worried that professors will delay retirement (given that their investment accounts took hits), and that an already-tight job market will get even tighter.

A new study takes more of a long-term view, but ends up confirming those fears. Examining trends at a large private university from to.

Protected by tenure that prevents them from being dismissed without cause, and with no mandatory retirement age, a significant proportion of university faculty isn't.

Retirement plans that are found to provide retirement income less than, or in excess of, the plans’ objectives should be carefully reviewed in relation to the overall allocation of financial resources within the institution.

The retirement plan for faculty members and administrative officers of the institution should provide for.

Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty. Committee on Mandatory Retirement in Higher Education 09 Nov Paperback.

unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty. National Research Council Committee. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Learn about new offers and get more deals by. Faculty or academic professionals. Tenured faculty or academic professionals with continuing status irrevocably relinquish all status rights at the end of the phased retirement period.

These types of employees will continue to be subject to regular employment contract renewals during the phased retirement period. In Canada, mandatory retirement of university fac- ulty was found constitutional in a Supreme Court decision.

Australia and New Zealand eliminated mandatory retirement for most workers, including university faculty, in the late 's. Cited by: P Brett Hammond.

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This is the first time the college has offered early retirement packages, says Krislov. Since about 90 percent of faculty is tenured, many end up working way past the traditional retirement age of Author: Alexia Fernández Campbell. Filed under: College teachers -- Retirement -- United States.

Ending Mandatory Retirement for Tenured Faculty: The Consequences for Higher Education, ed. by P. Brett Hammond and Harriet P. Morgan (page images at NAP) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Teachers.Faculty Retirement in the Arts and Sciences Book Description: In the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was amended to abolish mandatory retirement for tenured faculty members in colleges and universities effective January 1,   Tiede said ending faculty tenure at 70 seemed a lot like moving long-serving professors to contingent appointments, and therefore would be closely linked to -- if not exactly the same as -- mandatory retirement.

And that’s something the AAUP has opposed on the grounds that it’s discriminatory.