Negotiation Update Info Sessions (6-26 & 6-27)

Negotiation Update Info Sessions (6-26 & 6-27)

UCONN-AAUP NEGOTIATION UPDATES UCONN-AAUP and UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT And SEBAC 2017   MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017 1:00-3:00 PM STUDENT UNION THEATRE STORRS CAMPUS TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2017 9:00-11:00 AM STUDENT UNION THEATRE STORRS CAMPUS We also want to direct you to our website for a number of...

SEBAC 2017 “Framework” Statement & Info Sessions

SEBAC 2017 “Framework” Statement & Info Sessions

6/6/17 Link to Monday’s Information Session Video: 6-6 Info Session Facebook Livestream As an update to our communication dated May 24, 2017, I first want to remind you of the two informational meetings that have been scheduled: Monday June 5, 2017, 1 pm – 3 pm in the Storrs Student Union...

Chief Negotiators Blog #26

Chief Negotiators Blog #26

Chief Negotiators Blog #26 Since my last Blog post, SEBAC discussions with the Governor’s office have produced a “Framework” of modifications to the SEBAC Agreement. Once the individual unit collective bargaining agreements have been settled ( such as the one we have been negotiating for two years with the University),...

Chief Negotiator’s Blog #25

Chief Negotiator’s Blog #25

Chief Negotiators Blog # 25 modified 5-17-17              After three informational meetings and the Annual Chapter meeting, I am returning to the Blog to update you on negotiations at the local level and at the SEBAC level. At the local level, the Administration has been persistent about proposing changes to...

Op-Ed: Funds for research at UConn pay big dividends

Op-Ed: Funds for research at UConn pay big dividends

Funds for research at UConn pay big dividends  4/23/17 Reprinted from CT Mirror Viewpoints & the Stamford Advocate  Each year, several publications identify the best public research universities in the United States. The U.S. News & World Report, though not without its limitations, has become the “go to” guide for...

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