Our Stories – UConn Faculty: Dr. Erin Young, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Our Stories – UConn Faculty: Dr. Erin Young, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Photo Credit: –https://today.uconn.edu/school-stories/leading-science-erin-young-kyle-baumbauer-team/ Our Stories – UConn Faculty: Dr. Erin Young, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing  UConn Faculty Member: Dr. Erin Young, Assistant Professor, Assistant Director for Advancement in Managing Pain How long have you been at UConn: 3.5 years In a few words, tell us what you do and...

Together We Rise Rally – Feb. 26

Together We Rise Rally – Feb. 26

Between 175-200 faculty, staff, students, and community leaders rallied to show their support for collective bargaining rights in light of the impact a Supreme Court case will have on union’s power to negotiate for their members. Click here for an article ran in the local Chronicle! Here are a few images...

2018 Legislative Bulletin- 1/30/18

2018 Legislative Bulletin- 1/30/18

Jan 30-2018 Legislative Bulletin LEGISLATIVE BULLETIN                                                                                        ...

Our Stories – UConn Faculty: Laura KM Donorfio, Associate Professor, OLLI/HDFS

Our Stories – UConn Faculty: Laura KM Donorfio, Associate Professor, OLLI/HDFS

UConn Faculty Member: Laura KM Donorfio, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Studies How long have you been at UConn? 15 years In a few words, tell us what you do and about your areas of expertise? My areas of expertise are gerontology and intergenerational relationships. I run a...

Newsletter 12-1-17

Newsletter 12-1-17

UConn-AAUP Newsletter December 1, 2017 Highlights  Message from the President A Change in Bargaining Strategy Demands A Stronger Union Growing Your Membership: Why it’s Important, Especially Now Political Organizing The Power of Asking Questions to Build A Stronger Chapter

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Bargaining Sessions 13 and 14 Your negotiating team met with the administration on Thursday, February 11th and Friday February 12th for a combined 6 hours of negotiating. With the 3-hour session scheduled for Tuesday, this will mean a total of only 9 hours of negotiating for the entire month of February.   These...

Chief Negotiator’s Blog Session #12

Bargaining Session #12 January 22, 2016 The parties met from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM with mediator Lee Williamson. The definition of mediation from the American Arbitrators Association is a meeting among disputants, their representatives, and a mediator to discuss a settlement. The mediator’s role is to help the disputants...

Chief Negotiator’s Blog Session #10/11

Bargaining Sessions # 10, 11 December 29th and 30th On December 29, 2015, UConn-AAUP and the administration met with mediator Leslie Williamson to assist in reaching agreement on proposals that are on the table.  Both sides were very hopeful that progress would be made toward a successor collective bargaining agreement....

OP-ED: Faculty must have a say in determining UConn’s future

Faculty must have a say in determining UConn’s future Diana L. Rios, Associate Professor of Communication and El Instituto  Published 12/30/15 in The CT Mirror Viewpoints http://ctviewpoints.org/2015/12/30/faculty-must-have-a-say-in-determining-uconns-future/ An important key to organizational success in a workplace is the role of the employee voice. That is, the ability for key stakeholders, those who do...

Sign the Petition to Protect the Faculty Voice

The UConn-AAUP entered negotiations in good faith on September 11, 2015 and presented proposals to strengthen the overall educational environment. The Administration has put forward proposals that seek to profoundly undermine the structures of shared governance that helped launch UCONN to become one of the nation’s top universities. The Administration’s...

Edward C. Marth Mentorship Award

On Monday December 14, 2015, Associate Professor of Political Science, Shareen Hertel, was awarded with the Edward C. Marth Mentorship Award established by the UConn-AAUP to recognize the leadership and dedication of our former Executive Director Ed Marth. The award honors UConn Graduate Faculty members for their outstanding commitment to...