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Detailed Table of Contents

Preamble


Article 1: Recognition

Article 2: United Faculty Rights
Article 3: Evaluation Procedures
Article 4: Personnel Files
Article 5: Staff Reduction
Article 6: Summer Employment
Article 7: Leaves
Article 8: Salaries
Article 9: Insurance
Article 10: Grievance Period
Article 11: Appeal/Termination*
Article 12: Deductions
Article 13: Health and Safety
Article 14: Transfer
Article 15: Compliance Clause
Article 16: Duration/Signatures

Memo: Conformance with Dental Insurance Provisions

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Previous Contracts
July 1, 1997 - June 30, 1999
July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2001
July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2003


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* Appeal of Denial of Tenure, Failure to Promote, Non-Renewal of Probationary appointments, Termination of Term Appointments before the end of the appointment, and Recommendations to Terminate a Tenured Faculty Member
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Section 6.0 Compensation
Summer compensation for full-time employment for teaching, research, professional service, or any combination thereof shall be 1/27th of the Faculty Member’s nine-month academic year salary for each semester credit hour taught.

Section 6.1 Assignment
Work assignments will be made by the employer. Part-time assignments during any part of the summer session period may be made.

Section 6.2 Notice of Appointment
Full-time and part-time summer appointments shall be made by memorandum of appointment before March 1 for the May term and April 1 for the June and July terms, but may be earlier if budget schedules permit. Later appointments may be made, if agreed by the employee and employer, in the case of positions for which the availability of funds is not known until a later date.


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