The Journal of the Professoriate is a peer-reviewed journal that promotes critical analysis among scholars and policymakers on issues affecting all college and university faculty in America and abroad. The mission of the Journal of the Professoriate is to provide an outlet for research and scholarship on issues pertaining to the pathways leading to the professoriate as well as all issues about and relevant to college and university faculty within academe and the global society.
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