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The Faculty Staff Union of UMass Boston

 

Welcome to the FSU Site. Here you will find important information about our union, including the contract, a list of officers and Executive Committee members, the FSU office telephone number and our address. You will also find information about current issues. Please be sure to check the site regularly for the most recent issues facing our unit. We also have provided links to related sites that you may find useful for union issues and for professional activities.

Marlene Kim, President

fsu@umb.edu

 
 

Announcement of FSU Spring 20 Elections

12/13/2019

Dear Colleagues,

The Faculty Staff Union (FSU) holds an election every Spring semester for positions on the FSU Executive Committee. 

The positions up for election or re-election in Spring 2020 include:

President

Librarian representative,

Pre-tenure (1 position),

Tenured (2 positions),

Non-Tenure track (2 positions). 

FSU survey on bargaining priorities- deadline extended until Wednesday

12/9/2019

Dear Colleague,

Member input will determine the FSU’s bargaining priorities. The deadline to fill out the survey has been extended until Wednesday. Please fill out the survey as soon as possible (contact the FSU office for survey access info).

Thank you for your time! Your input will help us immensely.  Keep an eye out for more updates coming soon!

Sincerely,

The FSU Core Bargaining Representatives:

Caroline Coscia, Senior Lecturer II, Political Science, FSU Vice President

Sign the Mt Ida petition

12/5/19

Dear Colleague,

Over a year ago, UMass Amherst purchased the Mount Ida Campus when UMass Boston was suffering from budget cuts.  UMass Amherst assured the community that it would not compete with UMass Boston programs or for Boston students; instead, it was going to use this Newton campus for experiential learning opportunities like jobs and internships. 

FSU Member Survey for Bargaining – tell us your priorities

11/25/19

Dear Colleague,

Our union contract is up and we will begin negotiations in Spring 2020.  Your Core Bargaining Representatives need your help.  We care about and need to know what issues matter to you.  What would you like to see addressed in the contract?  What are your most important priorities?

REMINDER: Come to our 2nd Non-Tenure Track Faculty Meeting Tomorrow, Nov. 22!

11/21/2019

Dear Non-Tenure Track faculty colleagues:

Following up on a successful and thought-provoking first meeting on NTT faculty on Oct. 25, we would like to invite you to gather with your fellow NTT faculty tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 22 from 3-5pm, in the Crossley Room, Wheatley 6-047

Come to our 2nd Non-Tenure Track Faculty Meeting on Nov. 22!

11/15/2019

Dear Non-Tenure Track faculty colleagues:

Following up on a successful and thought-provoking first meeting on NTT faculty on Oct. 25, we would like to invite you to gather with your fellow NTT faculty on Friday, Nov. 22 from 3-5pm, in the Crossley Room, Wheatley 6-047

Redeem multipark passes, union win on videotaping, and travel funds

11/15/2019

Dear Colleague,

I hope you are having a great semester.  Here are some updates. 

Retirement counseling, travel software and a call to help our community college faculty colleagues

11/4/2019

Dear Colleague,

I am sending to you important information and updates. 

Announcing the FSU bargaining team leaders

10/24/2019

Dear Colleague,

The FSU Executive Committee is pleased to announce the bargaining team leaders who will serve to negotiate our 2020 – 2023 collective bargaining agreement.  They will begin their work in Spring 2020.  The successor agreement covers faculty and librarians.

As part of preparing to bargain, a member survey will be distributed to members. In addition, member gatherings will take place to solicit your input on contract related issues. 

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