Oregon Tech AAUP Reaches Tentative Agreement!

Posted by  AAUP Oregon   in       May 4, 2021     230 Views     Leave your thoughts  

After 17 months of bargaining and an historic 8-day strike, the first for Oregon’s public university faculty, Oregon Tech AAUP announced today that they had reached a tentative agreement with the administration.

Over the past week hundreds of faculty, students, and community members stood with striking faculty on street corners in Klamath Falls, Wilsonville, and on Facebook, and together, we won!

Some highlights from the newly minted tentative agreement include:

  • Fair Wages that guarantees increases for faculty across the life of the agreement and establishing mechanisms to address inequities across campus;
  • Workload Protections for both Tenure Track and Non-Tenure Track Faculty across all campuses which recognizes non-instructional labor and guarantees the faculty the right to bargain any future changes;
  • Benefit Guarantees through the life of the contract and which are tied firmly to the benefits of the other workers on campus.

To read more about this agreement, read Oregon Tech AAUP’s statement and follow Oregon Tech AAUP on Facebook and Twitter.

From all of us here at AAUP Oregon: CONGRATULATIONS!

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The Oregon State Conference of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP Oregon) is the state-level organization of the AAUP. The Conference’s mission is to advance the collective interests of affiliated AAUP Collective Bargaining and Advocacy chapters, the principles and practices of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), and the overall interests of higher education faculty in Oregon through the promotion of excellence in higher education as an investment in Oregon’s future.

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