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CSUEU E-NEWS: February 23, 2017

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 23, 2017

Contract negotiations continue at CSU East Bay next week. Also: as chapters statewide build Contract Action Teams, Peggy Walter of Office of the Chancellor Chapter 313 describes her chapter's successful experience building its team.
Management Continues to Threaten Retirement Benefits

Management Continues to Threaten Retirement Benefits

BARGAINING UPDATE #2 - February 21, 2017
One Union, One Voice!

One Union, One Voice!

CSUEU has just launched a new website chock full of important information about the upcoming negotiations for a new contract:
CSUEU E-NEWS: February 9, 2017

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 9, 2017

Bargaining for the next CSUEU/CSU contract has begun, learn more about your bargaining team members, and more...
CSU Seeks Changes in Benefits and Layoffs

CSU Seeks Changes in Benefits and Layoffs

BARGAINING UPDATE #1 - February 9, 2017
CSUEU E-NEWS: January 26, 2017

CSUEU E-NEWS: January 26, 2017

CSUEU board selects new VP for Representation, tests reveal high lead levels in Sacramento State drinking water, and more...
New Report: Free Tuition at CSU, UC and Community Colleges Is Possible

New Report: Free Tuition at CSU, UC and Community Colleges Is Possible

January 24, 2017--A new policy paper published today outlines methods to achieve free tuition at California's public higher education institutions for just $48 for most families.
Tenure Is Increasingly at Risk

Tenure Is Increasingly at Risk

Lawmakers in two states last week introduced legislation that would eliminate tenure for public college and university professors.
CSUEU E-NEWS: January 11, 2017

CSUEU E-NEWS: January 11, 2017

Cal Maritime custodians speak up and win big, Gov. Brown proposes only partial CSU funding for 2017-18, CSUEU prepares for full contract bargaining, and more...
Gov. Brown To Present His 2017-18 Budget by Jan. 10

Gov. Brown To Present His 2017-18 Budget by Jan. 10

Gov. Brown is scheduled to present his proposed 2017-18 state budget no later than Tuesday, January 10. Hidden in all the statistics will be the governor's proposed allocation to the CSU system. Will he fulfill the CSU Board of Trustees' request for full funding, as he did two years ago, or, if not, how big will the gap be?