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friday, december 5, 1975
By Sandy Moors
What collective bargaining is and how it
would operate at UNL were questions
answered Thursday night at an American
Association of University Professors
(AAUP) meeting by some of its executive
UNL faculty will vote Feb. 16 to deter
mine whether the AAUP will be the sole
bargaining agent for the faculty. ,
AAUP has 103 active members on the
If AAUP wins the election, a faculty
committee will prepare a contract with
input from the faculty senate to be ap
proved by the faculty and the NU Board
of Regents. If either a faculty member or
the Regents breach the contract, the case
can be taken to court, James Kimberly,
UNL sociology professor and secretary of
-As it stands now, I see that faculty
has no leverage whatsoever," AAUP Presi
dent and UNL English Prof. John Robin
"Collective bargaining is a very serious
matter and the decision (on it) ought to be
made very carefully and deliberately," he
Actually, the bargaining unit would be
composed of three bodies, according to
AAUP member-at-large and Associate
English Professor James McShane. The
executive committee, which would be the
AAUP executive committee with possibil
ity one more member, would be most re
sponsible for the collective bargaining. This
committee is elected by AAUP members.
The negotiating team, not an elected
body, would be four members appointed
by the president and approved by the exe
cutive, committee. The team then would
name its own bargaining chief.
Pe collective bargaining council, elec
ted by districts representing the different
departments, would be the source of facul
ty sentiment on all issues.
McShane said although these commit
tees are similar to existing faculty commit
tees, under AAUP they could get funding
and assistance a local body would not get
Should AAUP lose the election, a Court
of Industrial Relations judge ruled Wednes
day that the election may be set aside.
Presiding Judge Benjamin M. Wall of
Omaha said if it is proved that comments
Lincoln Regent Ed Schwartzkopf made
warning UNL faculty about collective bar
gaining should alter the outcome of the
election, the election may have to be re
Art Lending Library
prints are due today. They
may be returned to the
South Conference Room
between 8 ajn. and 5 pjn.
Library study areas on
second and third floors of
Nebraska Hall will be open
24 hours a day starting
today through the end of
A meeting for Christian
pre-med and other medical
oriented students is planned
for tonight at 7:30 at the
home of Dr. Garland Bares,
1320 Carlos Dr. Those need
ing a ride should meet at
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Union Pro
gram Council-Art Lending
Library Check-in - Nebraska
Union South Conference Room.
9 a.m. Minority Affairs
10:30 a jn. Business Educa
tion 120 Union Auditorium.
11:30 a.m.-Flightt and
Study Tours Union 216.
Noon Student - Y-Men's
Awareness Union 337.
1:30 pjn. Nebraska Center
for Health Education Union
1:30 p.m. American
p.m. Inter Varsity
1:30 p.m.-Fiights and Study
Tours Union 222.
6:30 p.m. Teachers College
Faculty Wives-dinner Unon
8 :30-1 1 :30 a.m.-Wilderness
Park Bird Walk-Wilderness
7 p.m. African Students
8 pjn .-Pi Mu Epsilon
461 5 South St.
9 p.m.-Gay Action Dance
Commonplace, 333 N. 14th St.
the Wesley House by 6:45
pjn. Everyone is welcome.
"Direct Measurement of
Radiationless Transitions in
Gases and Solids' is the
topic of a presentation by
Dr. Melvin Robin of the
Bell Telephone Laboratories
of Murray Hill, NJ. 3:30
pjn. today at Hamilton Hall
110. Refreshments will be
served at 3 pjn. in Hamilton
Hall 801. Faculty, students
and guests are invited .
Pi Mu Epsilon, math
honorary, meets Saturday at
8 pjn. at 4615 South
Street. New and old
members are invited.
An important meeting of
the African Students
Association is scheduled for
Saturday at 7 pjn. at the
The City Parks and
Recreation Dept. is spon-
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orj sale nori at
THE KOLN CONCERT
(Sco Keith Jarrett In Concert
Tomorrow Mfjlit 8 p.rsi.
Centennial Room in the Union)
,IHOjiniJ-j ir"" m m fr'"- in"'irKlirir1flHl "lif " mtm-ntm m
soring a Wilderness Park
Bird Walk Saturday from
8:30 to 11:30 ajn. Start
ing point is 27th and
Saltillo streets parking lot,
5 miles south of Hwy.
2 on 27th St.
The films, Grizzly Bear
and Adventures of a Baby
Fox will be shown Saturday
and Sunday at the Chet
Ager Nature Center.
A Sufi workshop is sche
duled for Saturday and
Sunday at Commonplace,
333 N. 14th. The cost is
$11 for both days, $8 for
Saturday only, and $5 for
Sunday only. For reserva
tions and more information,
. A demonstration and
exhibit of weaving and
spinning wheels and a
display of handmade
wooden toys is scheduled to
start Sunday and continue'
through Jan. 10 at the
Home Gallery, 2428 C
English major interested in
serving on departmental
committees for the current
academic year and next year
should contact R. D. Stock,
Alpha Lambda Delta,
honorary, is offering 10,
$2,000 fellowships for the
1976-77 academic year.
Applications and informa
tion may be obtained from
Academic Services Adviser
Mary Cunnignham, Admin
istration Bldg. 108.
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