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WMU-AAUP Remarks to the Board of Trustees (June 29, 2016)

Remarks by WMU-AAUP President Lisa Minnick
June 29, 2016

First, congratulations to our PIO and MSEA colleagues on the ratification of their new contracts. We are proud to work alongside these dedicated women and men and appreciate their important contributions to the smooth operation and academic mission of Western Michigan University. 1,084 more words

Faculty Rights

Cerritos College Student Leaders

Hugo Gonzalez and Megan Kim are active student leaders of cerritos college and were guests on Falcon Spotlight December 7 2015

Cerritos College

CSR President Ignores FRC Rulings

As Faculty Review Committee rulings are completed, and ignored by the President, some of our terminated colleagues will need legal assistance in earnest. Please consider donating and sharing our GoFundMe effort.

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FASTR Fund

23 dedicated faculty members at The College of Saint Rose are threatened with termination because of an illegitimate “Strategic Academic Prioritization Process” (SAPP) undertaken by a new, first-time President.   60 more words

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The Fate of Anthropology at WMU: What We Know and What We Don’t Know

With no tenure-track hires since 2008, the WMU Department of Anthropology has been struggling under a lack of institutional support. Recently, some ANTH faculty and students have reported that they are receiving mixed messages from the administration about whether the department is slated for elimination. 1,268 more words

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WMU-AAUP Remarks to the Board of Trustees

Remarks by WMU-AAUP President Lisa Minnick
On state divestment from higher education
March 23, 2016

One thing everyone in this room has in common is our shared investment in higher education as a public good. 1,203 more words

Faculty Voices

A Majority!

Dear Dr. Stefanco and Board Chair Calogero,

It is with great excitement and optimism that the membership of the Faculty Association of Saint Rose (FASTR) announces to you that the majority of the full-time faculty members of The College of Saint Rose have signed cards stating that they want the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 200 United to serve as their collective bargaining agent. 141 more words

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