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United Faculty of Florida -- USF System Chapter
6 November 2011
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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UFF CHAPTER URGES BOG TO DELAY ACTION ON USF POLY

At the November 4 Chapter Meeting, the USF System Chapter resolved to urge the Florida State University System Board of Governors to delay a vote on separating USF Polytechnic from the rest of the USF System by at least a year. The motion is posted on-line.

LOGISTICS

Next Chapter Meeting next week, Friday, November 18, at noon, in B336, on USF –Sarasota / Manatee.

Sandwiches & sodas are provided by the union, and all UFF members are invited to attend. Non-members are also invited to come and check us out. Come and join the movement.

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