A union of lecturers and adjunct faculty reached an agreement with the University of Michigan on higher salaries and new guarantees on job security. “We didn’t get everything we were looking for, but we think we got a very good first contract in a very difficult budget year,” Bonnie Halloran, president of the Lecturers Employee Organization, said Monday. The university could not immediately say how much these provisions would cost. U-M is the only school in the Big Ten to have its 1,500 nontenure-track faculty form a union and negotiate a contract. Eastern Michigan University’s nontenure-track faculty formed a union, […]
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