That left Holly A. Stovall and Sherry Lindquist, then an assistant professor of art history, in a strange situation. Days before the layoff announcement, they had submitted their tenure portfolios. In June, both women received tenure, the pinnacle of an academic career and often an assurance of job security. Yet their jobs were not secure.
Now they are on the verge of unemployment.
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2 Illinois Professors Were Laid Off. Then They Got Tenure. Now What?