Deepa Kumar has been elected President along with officers and faculty representatives from all three campuses to the central decision-making body of the union, Rutgers AAUP-AFT Executive Council
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Monday, May 1 on Rutgers campuses: Camden around Walt Whitman statute, Newark in front of Robeson Student Center, and New Brunswick Voorhees Mall (CAC)
The highest amount of funds in the history of this union-negotiated Professional Development Fund for part-time lecturers was awarded
Rutgers Unions and Rutgers student activists announce endorsement of Murphy in his bid to win the nomination in the June 6 Democratic Party Primary to run for NJ Governor
May Day presents an opportunity for all 20,000 unionized Rutgers employees to assert our unity.
The deadline to return ballots is 3 pm on Monday, May 1, 2017
All Rutgers faculty, full time and part time, as well as grad student employees are encouraged to take this survey!
Paul McLean, Associate Professor of Sociology, invites everyone to attend a talk by Frances Fox Piven, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology at the Graduate Center, CUNY.
The talk, entitled "The Resistance," will be held in Davison Hall, room 128, on the Douglass campus on Tuesday, April 4, starting at 2:00pm,
The Administration has rescinded a policy change that undermined academic freedom, intellectual property protections, and faculty privacy. This post explains that victory with respect to Microsoft Office 365, reiterates our warnings with respect to that product, and raises a red flag regarding Dropbox Education.
The faculty union's Executive Council signed on to a Friends of the Earth petition on March 7, standing in solidarity with environmental activists who are raising questions about TIAA investments that fund deforestation, land grabbing, and human rights violations.