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Nuts & Bolts: Congratulations, Senior Lecturer Workloads, University Dining and Member Meeting


Dear Members, 

FSU Executive Committee Election:  Congratulations

Congratulations to our three new Tenured Faculty Representative on the FSU Executive Committee.    

Souha Ballout, Manning College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Patricia Krueger- Henney, College of Education and Human Development

Wei Zhang, College of Management

Workloads: Senior Lecturer II and Senior Lecturer IIIs

Member Information Meeting on Oct 17th- Seeking input on parking proposal


Dear Member,

This is a reminder that the FSU is holding a meeting on Tuesday, October 17th from 2PM to 3:30PM.

The purpose of the meeting is to update you on our activities along with getting your input on proposals concerning parking and transportation.

The meeting is open to all faculty members and librarians.  

The Point: What’s Up with the UMB Website?


Today's Point was written by Professor Steve Striffler of Labor Studies.

A Website “For the Times?: When Marketing Rules the Day

Is UMB’s mess of a new website the product of a clumsy rollout?  Or is something else going on? 

Spoiler:  It’s both!

Fall 23 FSU Executive Committee Tenured Representative Special Election Results


Dear FSU Member,

Voting for the Tenured Faculty Representatives special election closed this morning at 9AM, and the election results are in.  

Congratulations to your new tenured FSU Executive Committee members:

Suha Ballout

Patricia Krueger- Henney

Wei Zhang

(please contact the FSU Elections Committee if you would like details on the final vote tallies).

Thank you to all the candidates for running for office and to all who voted.

UMB Community Petition Regarding the UMB Website


Dear Member,

We on the FSU Executive Committee have heard from many of you about the many serious problems with the new version of the University website that was rolled out over the summer. We are very concerned by these problems, their impact on our community, their impact on our image, and the inadequate response from the architects of the new site.


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