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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Post Election Statement from UConn-AAUP

    The University of Connecticut (UConn)-AAUP stands in support of the recent declaration and pledge of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the AAUP Collective Bargaining Congress (AAUP-CBC).   Following a historically divisive election and its surprising outcome, many members of the AAUP find themselves wondering how...

Member Legislative Liaisons

The UConn-AAUP is looking to form a deeper relationship with State of Connecticut legislators that go beyond the use of a union lobbyist. The Member Legislative Liaison Program intends to augment the UConn-AAUP legislative presence in Hartford by establishing a constituency-based presence from faculty members home district. The program’s goal is...

“Business of Amateurs” Film/Panel

On Wednesday, November 2nd, at 4:00 PM, The UConn American Association of University Professors (AAUP), together with the Sport Management Department, the Economics Department, eCampus, the UConn Humanities Institute, and the Storrs Economics Club will gather to view “Business of Amateurs,” a film examining the role of athletics in an...

Chief Negotiator’s Blog #20

Chief Negotiator’s Blog #20 On October 5, 2016, your negotiating team resumed negotiations with the administrations team at 9:00 AM in the Depot Campus. Due to a sabbatical leave and a retirement, out team now consists of Gene Salorio (Management), Tom Peters (Computer Science & Engineering), Evelyn Simien (Political Science),...

Nominations for UConn-AAUP Executive Committee – 2017

      NOMINEES FOR UCONN-AAUP ANNUAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ELECTION – 2017   UConn-AAUP Chapter invites member nominations and self-nominations to stand for election to the UConn-AAUP Executive Committee.  We seek a wide diversity of UConn-AAUP members from different disciplines, points of view, and status of employment.  We seek members...

Are you registered to vote?

We encourage all UConn-AAUP members to register to vote and vote on Tuesday November 8.  Register to vote online at the Secretary of the State’s website at Register to Vote Find your polling place In Connecticut, you can register to vote the same day as the election. Election Day Registration Election Day...

State of Working Connecticut 2016

Connecticut Voices for Children, an independent research and advocacy organization working to improve the lives of Connecticut’s children, released a report on the State of Working in Connecticut. The major trends in their analysis include; Unemployment has recovered for whites and college-educated workers, but not for workers of color and...