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Panel: Shared Governance And Collective Bargaining: The Line Between "Protecting Shared Governance Through Collective Bargaining: Models Used By Aaup Chapters", Michael Mauer 2017 American Association of University Professors

Panel: Shared Governance And Collective Bargaining: The Line Between "Protecting Shared Governance Through Collective Bargaining: Models Used By Aaup Chapters", Michael Mauer

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

For over five decades following its founding in 1915, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) carried out its mission outside of the realm of collective bargaining. The organization formulated policy on a constantly evolving range of issues of concern to higher education, and worked to have those policies adopted by individual institutions and state public higher education systems. The mechanisms employed were a combination of: encouraging faculty to use their participation in shared governance to work towards policy adoption; interacting directly—including in the initial formulation of policy pronouncements and in joint endorsements—with organizations representing the interests of ...


Panel: Professional Development For Adjunct And Tenure-Track Faculty, Gail Mellow 2017 LaGuardia Community College

Panel: Professional Development For Adjunct And Tenure-Track Faculty, Gail Mellow

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Creative Partnering With Community Colleges - Handout: Three Plus One Equals Affordable Nj Higher Education (A. Houshmand), 2017 Eastern Illinois University

Panel: Creative Partnering With Community Colleges - Handout: Three Plus One Equals Affordable Nj Higher Education (A. Houshmand)

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Unionization And The Development Of Policies For Non-Tenure Track Faculty - A Comparative Study Of Research Universities, Karen Halverson Cross 2017 John Marshall Law School

Panel: Unionization And The Development Of Policies For Non-Tenure Track Faculty - A Comparative Study Of Research Universities, Karen Halverson Cross

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Panel: Unionization And The Development Of Policies For Non-Tenure Track Faculty - A Comparative Study Of Research Universities, Karen Halverson Cross 2017 John Marshall Law School

Panel: Unionization And The Development Of Policies For Non-Tenure Track Faculty - A Comparative Study Of Research Universities, Karen Halverson Cross

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Daniel Forster 2017 Washington College

Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Daniel Forster

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

The Value of a Real World Liberal Arts Education at Washington College (Forster)


Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value - Handout: College Promise Overview, 2017 Eastern Illinois University

Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value - Handout: College Promise Overview

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Martha Kanter 2017 Civic Nation

Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Martha Kanter

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Jamie Dangler, Mary Taber 2017 United University Professions, SUNY

Panel: Student Debt - We Pay For What We Value, Jamie Dangler, Mary Taber

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

Student Debt: Data Analysis to Inform Policy Objectives


Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education - Handout: Universities Are Becoming Billion Dollar Hedge Funds (A. Taylor), 2017 Eastern Illinois University

Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education - Handout: Universities Are Becoming Billion Dollar Hedge Funds (A. Taylor)

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education - Handout: Students Target Their School's Underperforming Investments (J. Lorin), 2017 Eastern Illinois University

Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education - Handout: Students Target Their School's Underperforming Investments (J. Lorin)

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Kenneth Redd 2017 NACUBO

Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Kenneth Redd

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

NACUBO-Communfund Study of Endowments


Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Peter Rup 2017 Artemis Wealth Advisors, LLC

Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Peter Rup

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

Why Small E&Fs Typically Underperform Their Larger Counterparts


Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Peter Rup 2017 Artemis Wealth Advisors, LLC

Panel: The Role Of Endowments In Financing Higher Education, Peter Rup

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

2017 Macro Outlook


Panel: Overtime Compensation An Pay Equity In Higher Education (Cle), Mark Smith 2017 NEA Higher Education Policy Analyst

Panel: Overtime Compensation An Pay Equity In Higher Education (Cle), Mark Smith

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Overtime Compensation An Pay Equity In Higher Education (Cle), John Ho 2017 Cozen O'Connor

Panel: Overtime Compensation An Pay Equity In Higher Education (Cle), John Ho

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

The FLSA provides certain protections for individuals who are classified as employees. Employees are considered “non-exempt,” i.e., eligible for all of those protections (minimum wage and overtime) unless they fall within specific exemptions. The burden of proof is on the employer to establish that employees fall within an exemption.

Colleges and universities often struggle with unique challenges in determining whether certain jobs are exempt. The exemptions below only focus on the requirements under the FLSA. There are often different and more restrictive requirements under state law that must be considered as well.


Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures - Handout: Nlrb Memorandum Cg, 2017 Eastern Illinois University

Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures - Handout: Nlrb Memorandum Cg

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures, John Walsh 2017 NLRB Regional Director

Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures, John Walsh

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures, Karen Fernbach 2017 NLRB Regional Director

Panel: Nlrb 101: A Prima On National Labor Relations Board Procedures, Karen Fernbach

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


Panel: The Capital Markets And Higher Education, Susan Fitzgerald 2017 Moody's Investors Service

Panel: The Capital Markets And Higher Education, Susan Fitzgerald

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

No abstract provided.


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