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REMINDER: Important Information on Non Tenure Track Faculty Contract Rights

4/16/2019

Dear NTT Colleague,

In February we sent you the following important language in the FSU contract regarding non-tenure track faculty. This language covers everything from just cause rights, to promotional eligibility, to paid sick leave, and more. The same info from that email is below in the event you did not see it the first time:

Budget meeting tomorrow and other news from the FSU

4/1/2019

Dear Colleague,

I hope you are having a great semester.  Here is an update: 

►FSU Budget input meeting: Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 2nd, 2 pm (Campus Center, first floor meeting room, 1313) for input on this budget.  (contact the FSU office to see the preliminary FY20 budget and a report from the Treasurer.) You can also email your thoughts to fsu@umb.edu.  A final version of the proposed FY20 budget will be sent to members in advance of the FSU Annual Meeting.

Important Information on Non Tenure Track Faculty Contract Rights

2/15/2019

Dear NTT Colleague,

Welcome back (and a welcome to UMass Boston for any new NTT faculty)! We know you are busy with the start of the semester but we want to be sure you are aware of important language in the FSU contract regarding non-tenure track faculty. This language covers everything from just cause rights, to promotional eligibility, to paid sick leave, and more.

NTT Promotion Application Deadline is Monday, January 28th

1/3/2019

Dear Non Tenure Track Faculty Member,

For NTTs eligible to apply for promotion this academic year, the deadline to apply is the first day of the Spring 19 semester—Monday, January 28, 2019.

For more information on the NTT promotion application process see Article 21.12 of the contract as well as the primer on NTT contract rights on the FSU website.

Parking MOA Ratification Vote Result

12/14/2018

Dear FSU members,

Voting on the ratification of the Parking Memorandum of Agreement ended at 10AM today.

The results are:

YES   206  52%   

NO    190  47%

Number of members who voted was 396 which is 52% of eligible voters.

The Elections Committee thanks all members for voting. 

Sofya Aptekar, Sociology

Caroline Coscia, Political Science

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