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Grand Rapids Community College Faculty Association Still Negotiating On Salary Schedules, Evaluations

A tentative faculty contract at Grand Rapids Community College is expected to be ratified before the end of the year, but two significant issues need clarification before that happens, the head of the college’s faculty association said.

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State University Faculty Contract Talks At An Impasse In Pennsylvania

Union offers health care savings, but chancellor's team wants more concessions

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Tentative Deal At Oakland U Has Raises, Merit Pay Changes

Contract with faculty now moves to formal ratification process

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Tenure Issue Key In Wayne State U Talks

Teachers union hopeful plan moves negotiations forward

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Oakland University, Faculty Near Contract Deadline

With fall classes starting in less than two weeks, Oakland University administrators and faculty have not reached an agreement on a new contract.

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Pennsylvania State System Of Higher Education Universities Will Start Fall Classes Without A Faculty Contract In Place

Students attending the 14 state universities, including Shippensburg and Millersville, will start fall semester classes on Monday with a faculty that has no labor peace.

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Part-Time Faculty Union Sues MATC Seeking Exemption From Collective Bargaining Law

The union representing 900 part-time faculty at Madison Area Technical College, also known as Madison College, sued the school on Monday.

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WMU Custodial, Dining, Landscaping Employees To Receive 2 Percent Raise By 2013

About 430 Western Michigan University maintenance, custodial, dining and landscaping employees will receive a 2 percent raise by 2013 after negotiating contracts for six months.

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UNH Professors Head Back To School With New Contract

After a lengthy stalemate, the trustees of the University of New Hampshire have inked a new five-year contract with professors.

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Faculty, Pa. State Colleges Locked In Contract Dispute

With fall classes approaching, Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities and roughly 6,000 unionized faculty remain locked in what an official says is now the longest unresolved teaching contract dispute in the State System of Higher Education's history.

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