A call for nominations for a full union member to serve as the Faculty Representative on the Rutgers-Newark Campus Advisory Board has been sent out.
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Rutgers faculty union calls for investigation of Flood's communications with faculty who teach student-athletes
The alleged actions of Coach Kyle Flood in contacting a PTL to have a student-athlete's grade improved is not just a football story, it is also a labor story.
Faculty picket for a fair contract.
After successful contract actions last week, the AAUP-AFT has launched an email writing campaign to President Barchi to settle the contract. We stand in solidarity with all campus unions who want RU management to treat all staff and faculty with respect.
We have come to the point in contract negotiations when the economic issues are beginning to be discussed. RU Management has put their economic proposal on the table.
Rutgers AAUP-AFT leaders negotiating a successor Agreement with Rutgers management declares that the management team has taken a high-handed approach to bargaining since we began. The union wants to change this dynamic with two general membership actions during the bargaining sessions scheduled for September 9 and September 18.
The Executive Council of the Rutgers AAUP-AFT stands behind the AAUP Illinois statement and the national AAUP statement regarding the academic freedom of Professor Steven Salaita.
A group of writers and activists launched a petition on July 11, 2014, calling on David Weil, the new head of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, to investigate the wages and employment conditions of adjunct faculty in American higher education.
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