for Tenure-Track Faculty

Vice President for Tenure-Track Faculty Affairs

David M. Luebke is a professor in the Department of History whose research and writing  focuses on the religions and political cultures of ordinary people in the German-speaking lands of central Europe. United Academics represents over 600 tenured and tenure-track faculty in all areas of campus.

The goal of these pages is to provide the helpful information UO faculty need to know about the collective bargaining agreement, university policy, and, generally, how it all works at the UO. Hopefully, we have the information you came here looking for. If you don't find your answers on these pages, please let us know, both so we can help you now and so we can update our pages with the information you were seeking.

Summary of Rights and Benefits: Achievements So Far, Vol. 1

Summary of Rights and Benefits: Achievements So Far, Vol. 2

New Faculty Success Program

Stopping the Tenure Review Clock

Mid-Term Review

Tenure and Promotion

Tenure Denial Appeal Process

Post-tenure Reviews (under construction)

Professional Development Plans (under construction)

Research Support (under construction)

Accessing UO Benefits

Supervising GEs

Equity and Inclusion Statement

Family Leave Policy (under construction)

Child Care (under construction)

Academic Freedom

The Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Grievance Procedure

Union Benefits

Faculty Handbook

University Senate

Plagiarism and Note Selling