Mobilization continues against Academic Analytics: Sign onto the Common Law action demanding access to faculty AA ratings - plus Georgetown University has canceled its subscription to AA in response to faculty criticism and a study verifying that AA data are hopelessly flawed.
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President Teresa Politano sent the following announcement to full PTL union members on October 14, 2016
Changes made now will take effect on January 1, 2017. New tiered health care network plans and a direct primary care pilot program may save you money, but employees should read the fine print!
The Executive Council voted to endorse Hillary Clinton, citing the positive reasons for this support from a higher education perspective. The EC also denounced Trump as dangerous for higher education.
Resistance to AA continues: Sign on to the Common Law - Open Public Records Act (OPRA) information request
President David M. Hughes sent out the following message to members, letting them know how we are working to resist the imposition of Microsoft Office 365 and to stop the administration's corporate-style overreach in terms of surveillance of faculty email.
Are adequate lactation spaces available at Rutgers? The law requires that a lactation room NOT be a bathroom.
The union reached an agreement with RU management to change a section of Ethics Armor that intrudes on faculty privacy and freedom. The next step is for the State Ethics Commission to approve the change.
Slideshow of Rutgers undergraduate students honored for social activism and scholarship excellence
Professor Rob Scott awarded for winning PTL wages of $11,000 per 3-credit class