This will throw the table formatting off and give everyone a headache. All Entries still present, now divided into Current, Chronic, and Old Tables.
I am struck that there are no recent complaints about lack of contact, lack of reimbursement, rudeness, etc.
WIthin five minutes, the SC member asked the candidate if she had children.
First round interviews required the submission of course curricula for specific CSUSB courses without a clear statement for how intellectual property would be treated or preserved. The search committee was made up of four men and only one woman, a pianist.
The candidate who accepted the position was disparaged online by a member of the CSUSB system (including a statement *incorrectly* pointing out the candidate's ethnicity) as documented by IP address. On the first day of the interview, at breakfast, it was only the candidate and the woman SC member.
The fact that the other pianist on the faculty couldn't conceive herself might just make her more hesitant to work with this candidate as well. You CANNOT sue this school because they had been sued before and they used that "ministerial exception" to argue that since they were a religious institution, their decisions were autonomous and candidates or employees were not protected under federal law! The Administration does not care about the faculty or the students.
Basically, all in all, I would say that Indiana Wesleyan University is a hypocritical institution that uses their "Christian identity" to cover up whatever illegal decisions they may want to make in hiring and employment. The President gets paid more than most Research 1 Presidents and never publishes (his "book" was ghost-written).
Looking at the music department faculty list, it became clear that this department preferred hiring men over women.