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Trenary named WMU-AAUP interim grievance officer; Saillant to step down after 4 years

Dr. Robert Trenary (Computer Science) has been named interim grievance officer for the WMU-AAUP, effective August 14, 2017.

Robert comes to us with extensive experience in labor relations, including union leadership experience in the K-12 sector prior to his joining the faculty at WMU and, more recently, 15 years of service on the St. 272 more words

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Repost: Faculty Survey Results

SSC colleagues, this is an opportune time to repost the findings from our Faculty Climate Appraisal Survey last year. As many of you know, Faculty Association recently sent an open survey to SSC faculty, and then a listing of summary items to rank as top 5 choices, in preparation for the closed salary discussions that are upcoming. 14,392 more words

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Why Join an Advocacy Chapter?

Stark AAUP is an Advocacy Chapter

Before deciding on whether you ought to join an advocacy chapter, you need to understand what it is—and what it… 842 more words

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Shared Governance Task Force Unable to Adjust Power of President

After the Ithaca College Shared Governance Task Force released an updated shared governance proposal on March 22 based on feedback from the campus community, criticisms remain about the power the Ithaca College Board of Trustees and the President’s Council still have in the draft — a consistent concern since the beginning of the process. 952 more words

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Update on March 13 bargaining session

Ground rules signed, first articles exchanged at opening bargaining session 

Negotiations got underway on Monday, March 13, with a productive conversation at the table. The teams signed ground rules for bargaining, and our WMU-AAUP team presented four proposals, while the administration’s team presented one. 399 more words

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