So you think you are a member of AAUP?

So you think you are a member of AAUP?

  Many faculty members assume that they are active members of the Chapter because the University deducts a portion of their paycheck for AAUP dues. Your title makes you part of the bargaining unit covered by the UConn-AAUP contract but it does not make you a member. One must opt in...

Save the Date: UConn-AAUP Luncheon 10/25

Save the Date: UConn-AAUP Luncheon 10/25

UConn-AAUP Luncheon 10/25/17  12 noon Storrs Student Union 331 

Rally For UConn: #SaveUConn

Rally For UConn: #SaveUConn

RALLY FOR UCONN Don’t Let the Legislature Steal Our Future! #SAVEUCONN WHEN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2017    

Fall 2017 UConn-AAUP Newsletter

Fall 2017 UConn-AAUP Newsletter

Highlights Message from the President Negotiations Wrap-Up & Implementation of the New Agreement Furlough Days Professional Development Fund Membership, Membership, Membership Know Your New UConn-AAUP Talk to the UConn-AAUP First Mark Your Calendars

SEBAC and UConn-AAUP Contract Ratified by State Legislature

SEBAC and UConn-AAUP Contract Ratified by State Legislature

Colleagues, Last night, the State Senate approved the SEBAC agreement and our collective bargaining agreement. The vote was 18-18 along party lines with Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman casting the tie-breaking vote to approve the deal. This was the final step in the approval process and concludes nearly two years of...

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UCONN-AAUP Outstanding Contribution Award

UCONN-AAUP Outstanding Contribution Award The UCONN-AAUP is establishing the Outstanding Contribution Award to honor a former or current AAUP member who has provided exceptional leadership and service to the members of the chapter. The award, presented in the form of a certificate of recognition and a memorial located on one...

Keep Personal Email Personal

Keep Personal Email Personal IN HER OWN WORDS: Keep Your Personal Email Personal Dr. Katie Rose Guest Pryal JD tells readers that most of us don’t pay attention when we use institutional technology to handle our private business. GUEST PRYAL We working women often find ourselves fitting the work of...

Good News for Private Sector Faculty Organizing

From Aaron Nisenson, AAUP Senior Counsel Dear Colleague: As you may have heard, there were three major developments from the National Labor Relations Board late last semester that positively affect the faculty’s ability to organize unions. In December the NLRB published decisions expanding the organizing rights of faculty members and...

Centennial Contest Extended

Dear Colleague, As we reminded you last week, in celebration of the AAUP’s centennial this year, the AAUP Foundation is sponsoring competitions for undergraduates and graduate students for essays and artwork. We’re writing to let you know that the deadline has been extended to March 1. The theme of both...

UConn President’s Salary Increase

Herbst Salary Raise From the Hartford Courant 12-29-15 By: Gregory Hladky The University of Connecticut’s Board of Trustees voted Monday to extend UConn President Susan Herbst’s contract until 2019 with an overall increase in salary and other compensation that will bring her total compensation to more than $758,000 a year...

Hybrid Plan Memo

Hybrid Memo 10-22-14 To: SEBAC Higher Ed Leadership From: Dan Livingston Re: Financial Issues from Delay in Processing Hybrid Purchases Date: 10/22/14 You asked me to respond to a concern expressed to some of you that the delay in consummating Hybrid plan purchases due to the backlog could have a...

AAUP Centennial Edition of Academe

Dear Colleague, The AAUP has reached its centennial year—a major achievement in the life cycle of a professional organization. Since its founding in 1915, the Association has sought to advance the core principles and values of the academic profession and to shape its governing standards and practices, with the goal...

Governor Malloy’s Second Round of Budget Cuts

Second Round of CT Budget Cuts From CT News Junkie 01-20-15 by Christine Stuart Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be forced to order a second round of budget rescissions because his budget office Tuesday projected a nearly $121 million deficit for fiscal year 2015. Malloy ordered $54.6 million in rescissions...