It seems like a simple public records request:
I am asking for any contracts or invoices for legal advice or consulting, legal or otherwise, relating to the faculty union, from 3/20/2012 to the present.
10 days, no response. 11/5/2012.
HAHAHA…The office of constipation is slow moving, 10 days is not a record. Most likely they will never shit that one out. I’ll go for a reason of activity not in compliance with fair labor….duh… after all they had a great resource of training in all that is corrupt, DF should be proud.
I hope UO has the sense to get professional advice in dealing with the combined expertise of AAUP and AFT, backed by the political power structure of Oregon. Someone needs to protect the invevitable slide into mediocrity that follows unionization.
To Anonymous, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that slide is already over. The question is whether the slide will continue past mediocrity.
no, the question really is whether or not the slide started at mediocrity.
I’m still digging into the numbers, but it looks like UO spent more last year on athletics than on research.
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On the mandatory reporting policy before the Senate today:
UO Board Chair Chuck Lillis's grade so far
President Mike Schill's grade so far