A grievance is a process for resolving a dispute between a faculty member and an administrator, when the former believes her or his rights under the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) have been violated – for example, tensure and promotion, maternity and parental leave, gender or racial discrimination, academic freedom, hostile work environment, or any other of the other terms and conditions of employment. If you believe any of your faculty rights under the CBA have been violated, contact the Chair of the Grievance Committee or any member of the Grievance Committee to explore your options. The grievance procedure is explained in Article 8 of the CBA.
• Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez (until 2014), Philosophy & Religious Studies EXT: 1465
• Mike Clayton (2012-2015), Psychology EXT: 1613
• Joseph D’Uva (2012-2015), Art EXT: 2540
• Josef Simeonsson (2012-2015), Chemistry EXT: 3750
• Alan Tomhave (until 2014), Philosophy & Religious Studies EXT: 3365
• Helene Sinnreich (until 2014), History EXT: 1603
• Annette Burden, Mathematics & Statistics (by virtue) EXT: 1814