United Academics of the University of Oregon

AAUP/AFT Local 3209, AFL-CIO

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United Academics represents the 1700 teaching and research faculty at the University of Oregon.

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The majority of faculty in all classifications join the union as full members.

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Bargaining
We completed bargaining with the university in August 2015. We start bargaining again in winter 2018.

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Caucuses
Many of our faculty gather to talk, strategize, sympathize, and have a drink.

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Academic Freedom
Academic Freedom is complicated in concept and practice. We've drafted a primer on the current state of legal thinking about academic freedom and how it impacts our faculty.

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Social Justice and Equity
UA has adopted a strategic plan to improve social justice and equity on our campus.

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Politics
We stay active in local, state, and national politics.

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Fish Wrapper
Our old posts and news before the newsletter was developed.

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Union Elections
The Elections Committee is happy to announce the results of the 2017-19 election. 

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Please join our friends June 21 at noon in front of Johnson Hall. ... See MoreSee Less

SEIU 503 UofO Bargaining Rally- Calling Out Corporate Greed!

June 21, 2017, 12:00pm - June 21, 2017, 1:00pm

Join SEIU 503 members at the University of Oregon for a bargaining rally on Wednesday, June 21st, from 12:00-1:00pm. We will gather at Johnson Hall where member leaders will update the group on where things are at in bargaining. Positions should not be cut, wages should not be frozen, benefits should not be taken away, and student tuition should not go up, when the Legislature has not passed revenue for the services that our communities need. We, the taxpayers, contribute 95% of the state budget. We will rally on these issues and invite each person in attendance to march with us one block away to US Bank where we will call on them to pay their fair share in corporate taxes so that the budget is not balanced on the backs of workers and students. We will be at Johnson Hall from 12:00-12:20 and then from 12:20-12:45 march/chant over to US Bank to make our voices heard. Workers deserve better. We pay taxes, why don't they? Corporations ought to pay!

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