The Administration has rescinded a policy change that undermined academic freedom, intellectual property protections, and faculty privacy.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.
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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.
Prominent Rutgers' Principal Investigators Sign Open Letter to Barchi: Pay Postdoc Raises and Create a Bridge Fund
Deadline to apply: April 3 to Grad Program Director and by April 10 to Graduate Dean
Rutgers AAUP-AFT faculty union has not called for or organized a women's strike on March 8, 2017 at Rutgers, but we encourage individuals to show solidarity--see some suggestions in this News Item!
This guide is the result of a collaboration between various individuals and organizations in an effort to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information on President Trump’s executive order. All information will be made available in Arabic, Persian, Somali, Urdu, and Western Armenian, thanks to the generosity of volunteers.
Join the rally to rescind the Muslim Ban tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan 31) at 5pm on the Brower Commons steps, 145 College Ave. New Brunswick - called by our Muslim students and their allies!
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) – to which our Union belongs – is monitoring this situation very closely and will be updating the Rutgers AAUP-AFT faculty union immediately upon any change to the “Muslim ban.” Please consult with your union if you have any questions.
On January 27, 2017, President Teresa Politano wrote to union members, providing an update on the part-time lecturer faculty chapter's work and future plans.
We write with what the economist Albert Hirschman called “a bias for hope.” The horizon for teaching and scholarship in the United States darkened somewhat on Inauguration Day. Yet opposition is already coalescing and, indeed, academics and others are presenting arguments and forging alliances that did not exist before.