Hundreds of faculty members responded to our 2014 UFF-FSU Faculty Poll.
A summary version of the report can be found at: http://www.uff-fsu.org/art/FacPollApr2014NCPost.pdf
An expanded edition of the report that includes faculty comments that help to clarify and elaborate upon the quantitative results can be found at: http://www.uff-fsu.org/art/FacPollApr2014Post.pdf
Read More →
Bar charts based on data from our April faculty poll are now available showing college/unit averages for selected variables. Results are shown only for the 10 college/units with 10 more faculty responses in our poll. You can find the charts (and underlying data) at:
Bargaining for our 2013-16 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) resumes tomorrow. Both teams hope to build on the productive momentum established in last week’s opening session.
UFF-FSU representatives will meet with President Barron, Provost Stokes, and other BOT representatives next week in a consultation meeting (see Article 2 of the CBA).
Hundreds of faculty members responded to the 2013 UFF-FSU Faculty Poll. Preliminary tabulations are available at:
An expanded edition of the of the report that includes faculty comments that help to clarify and elaborate upon the quantitative results can be found at:
More detailed results by college/unit and department/unit will be forthcoming for units for which the number of responses is enough to assure anonymity.
Read More →
By Professor Jack Fiorito, Senator and UFF-FSU Vice President
Consultation, Ballots, and Bargaining
Much has happened since our last meeting. Since the March Faculty Senate meeting we held a consultation with President Barron and Provost Stokes and other top administrators. The discussion was wide-ranging and cordial.
That same day we counted ballots in the UFF-FSU Chapter elections. As you probably know, Professor Jennifer Proffitt is our new President. I am pleased to be a Vice President once again.
Earlier this month, chief negotiators for the faculty and administration/trustees teams exchanged lists of contract provisions they intend to renegotiate this year. The lists are fairly lengthy. The teams will roll up their sleeves starting May 15th – negotiating new provisions to take effect July 1st or as soon as possible thereafter.
This Just In … April 2013 Faculty Poll Results
Read More →
An expanded edition of the report on the May, 2012 FSU Faculty Poll is now
available at the www.uff-fsu.org web site,
or via direct link at:
This edition includes hundreds of faculty comments that help to clarify and
elaborate on the meaning of the quantitative results released last week. The
quantitative results appear in both editions. Read More →