Who’s Doing What, and Who’s Getting What?

T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Chronicle

Serving on committees is "the sort of work we don’t associate with the star faculty member," says KerryAnn O’Meara, a professor of higher education at the U. of Maryland at College Park who is studying ways to make workloads more equitable.
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Academic departments and colleges are adopting a variety of measures to make faculty committee service more attractive, rewarding, and productive.

Reduced teaching loads and extended time to satisfy tenure-and-promotion requirements in return for...

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