On December 16, 2015, Chancellor Richard Edwards (New Brunswick) refused to commit to exclude AA data from tenure, promotion, or reappointment decisions. Read here for next steps in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden.
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PTL Faculty Chapter President Teresa Politano welcomes first-semester PTLs to union representation
Misconceptions cleared up - research, teaching, service, and equity are to be considered in the Year Two salary increase merit process underway.
Rutgers faculty oppose use of Academic Analytics in academic and employment decisions
It's time for PTLs to write up proposals to fund their professional development activities that further support their excellence in teaching at Rutgers! Details here.
Academic Analytics is a private database contracted to measure faculty productivity at Rutgers that may undermine the tenure process, while narrowing the range of scholarship. Faculty who belong to School of Arts and Sciences (SAS)-New Brunswick presented a resolution addressing their concerns at the 14 December 2015 SAS-NB faculty meeting.
Member ratification vote on the PTL Tentative came to a close on December 1.
The application form is available to download in this News Item. Click heading above.
Given the PTL tentative agreement, we truly have something to celebrate on November 10. Everyone is invited to Rutgers' celebration of 250 years and we can move on to other issues that need action!
The Executive Council of Rutgers Council of AAUP Chapters, AAUP-AFT, passed unanimously a resolution on October 13, 2015 supporting the right to free assembly in Turkey.