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This is a re-post from back in October of 2009.  Howard Bunsis was a keynote speaker at the APSCUF/PSEA Conference on Labor in Higher Education this past fall.  He gave a presentation that featured the slideshow below.  Given a the whole range of unanswered questions–like “Why KU?” and “Where’s the Money?,” it seemed only appropriate to re-post.
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APSCUF-KU’s delegation successfully passed a motion to have Bunsis present at the April Legislative Assembly.  At that point, we will consider brining him in to help with negotiations and organizing.  You will not be disappointed.
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Click the link below to view Bunsis’s presentation:
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Hey all,

I just wanted to let you know that I’ve posted two updates to the APSCUF-KU Delegates blog:

Let me know if you have any questions!

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As many readers of this blog know, earlier this semester APSCUF and PSEA held a joint conference on labor in higher education in Harrisburg, PA.  If you want a little flavor of some of what some key figures at the conference said, check out this edition of Behind the Headlines, a TV show sponsored by the Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy.

Behind the Headlines, November 16 and 23, 2009.

In this video you will hear from current APSCUF president, Steve Hicks; current APSCUF vice president, Amy Walters; Howard Bunsis, Eastern Michigan University, AAUP; and Marc Bousquet, author of How the University Works: Higher Education and the Low-Wage Nation (Cultural Front).


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Some recent discussions regarding the current economic “crisis” and the budget implications for PaSSHE universities have revolved around a presentation that Howard Bunsis made at the recent APSCUF/PSEA conference on Labor in Higher Education.  I thought it would be important to include a link to the presentation here for the purposes of information and discussion.  The link below will take you to his slide show.

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APSCUF-KU held a joint Conference on Labor in Higher Education in Harrisburg on October 15-17th.  Here’s some stuff that came out of the conference:

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