President Scholz highlighted a few priorities for his leadership, including things like promoting a student-centered culture and advancing UO’s efforts on diversity, equity, and inclusion. CLC members expressed a mutual interest in collaborating to meet these goals, and shared their deep commitments to the university’s academic mission.
“A GE shouldn’t have to beg and scrape for the dignity of their supervisor using the correct pronouns. This is basic human dignity.”
As we head into mediation, here’s where we stand.
“As class sizes rapidly grow, and while GEs remain overworked and underpaid, what kind of education can these undergraduate students expect to receive?”
Read our letter to local leaders in solidarity with the Oregon Nurses Association.
Their comments at the table indicated that they’re not interested in holding supervisors accountable for misgendering GEs, or in recognizing ADA accommodations as an urgent matter.
UAUO and GTFF respond to the university’s union-busting efforts.
Our proposals are based on real data about what our members need. We think a mediator will recognize those facts, even if UO refuses to do so.
The UO Campus Labor Council, consisting of representatives from the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation, United Academics, SEIU503 Local 085, and UO Student Workers, calls on the University of Oregon to proactively address ongoing climate and air quality concerns for our campus community.
The GTFF would like to honor the life of a recently passed member of our community, Blaise Iradukunda.