GRAPHIC: Hiring trend at MU: non-tenure-track faculty

October 25, 2012 | 2:34 p.m. CDT
MU filled its academic ranks with non-tenure teachers over the past decade. These nonpermanent teachers, who now constitute 36 percent of the faculty, may receive the right to vote on campus legislation, pending a vote by the MU Faculty Council. Below are statistics on the work and growing presence of non-tenure teachers at MU.

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