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The UNC Chapel Hill chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) meets regularly to discuss campus affairs relevant to academic freedom, shared governance, and other issues of concern to higher education workers.

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Since Maria DeGuzman and Michael Palm sent the petition signed by UNC instructors to the Chancellor and Provost, our AAUP chapter has hosted two meetings open to anyone at UNC concerned about the administration's “roadmap” for this fall. Working groups were established to focus on: campus workers, graduate students, undergraduates, a cross-campus network, the Chapel Hill community, and the press.

We're holding the next ’big group’ meeting on Thursday, July 9 from noon to 1:30pm, via Zoom.

AAUP meetings are open to all UNC-CH faculty and instructors, including graduate students. For the Zoom meeting ID and password, please email info@unc-ch-aaup.org or DM @unc_ch_aaup, or contact one of the officers below.

Please reach out to one of the AAUP officers with questions, etc.

Karen Booth karenmbooth@gmail.com

Michael Palm mwpalm@gmail.com

Jay Smith jaysmith711@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

We will hold another meeting (via Zoom) next Thursday, June 25, from noon to 1:15PM Eastern time. The Zoom meeting ID and password are the same as last week's meeting.

Time will be devoted in the meeting for working groups focused on: faculty-grad student collaboration; outreach to all campus workers, other campus constituencies, and the Chapel Hill community; and working with the press.

Please contact one of the AAUP officers with other suggestions for working groups or to get involved, and please spread the word to interested colleagues.

AAUP meetings are open to all UNC-CH faculty and instructors, including graduate students. For the Zoom meeting ID and password, please email info@unc-ch-aaup.org or DM @unc_ch_aaup, or contact one of the officers below.

Karen Booth karenmbooth@gmail.com

Michael Palm mwpalm@gmail.com

Jay Smith jaysmith711@gmail.com

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