2016 AAUP Updates

02.26.2016 | Response to MU Board of Curators' Dismissal of Melissa Click

The AAUP's Associate Secretary Hans-Joerg Tiede sent a letter to MU Chancellor Hank Foley urging in the strongest terms that the board of curators immediately rescind the notice of termination issued to Professor Click and that any future action be consistent with the institutional regulations of the University of Missouri and with the AAUP-supported standards.

02.09.2016 | Opt-In for Academe Print Edition

As of July 2016, AAUP members who wish to receive a print subscription to Academe ​magazine must opt in to do so, at no charge. Those who do not opt in to print will receive an electronic subscription by default. To opt in, you will need to enter your AAUP website login information here: opt-in page.

02.03.2016 | Statement on Wisconsin Policies

The AAUP and the AFT-Wisconsin issued a statement on draft policies on tenure issued by University of Wisconsin regents, which incorporate a number of sound elements, but fall short in other areas.

02.01.2016 | ASC Nominating Committee Issues Report

The ASC Nominations Committee for the 2016 elections issued its final report today. The Secretary, Treasurer, and Member-at-Large seats will be elected by delegates to the June 17 ASC meeting in Washington, DC.

01.24.2016 | Jordan Kurland, Champion of Academic Freedom, Dies at 87

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of AAUP associate general secretary Jordan E. Kurland. Jordan was a member of the AAUP staff for more than fifty years and carried out his responsibilities with dedication, skill, and passion. He will be sorely missed.

01.13.2016 | Inquiry at College of Saint Rose

The AAUP will send a committee to the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, to inquire into issues raised by mass layoffs. Members of the faculty sought the AAUP's assistance after a notice of layoff was sent to twenty-three faculty members.

01.11.2016 | AAUP Responds to Friedrichs Oral Arguments

The Friedrichs case is an attack on workers’ rights to bargain collectively, an attack on workplace democracy, and an attack on the middle class. It is also a call to organize; attempts to divide us will not work.

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