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United Faculty of Florida -- USF System Chapter
3 September 2012
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

MEET MARK DANISH AT THE NEXT CHAPTER MEETING

The UFF USF Chapter will meet Friday, September 7, at 12 noon at EDU 214 in USF-Tampa. And Florida House District 63 Democratic candidate Mark Danish will visit us and speak about his plans; everyone is invited to come. All USF faculty and professionals UFF members and non-members alike are invited to come for sandwiches, soda, and chips. This is the first regularly scheduled meeting of the all, so come and check us out.

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UFF SPONSORS RECEPTION FOR HUMANITIES INSTITUTE LECTURE ON SEPT. 20

Welcome back! We hope you had a happy, productive summer and are ready for the class of 2016.

The USF Chapter of the UFF is making plans for the coming academic year -- the legislative elections in fall and the legislature in spring and organizing for new members and preparing for bargaining throughout. That includes a few events...

The USF Humanities Institute and the United Faculty of Florida are sponsoring a presentation by Stacy Braukman, who will talk about her recent book on a bit of Florida history: Communists and Perverts under the Palms: The Johns Committee in Florida, 1956-1965. (Image courtesy of the USF Humanities Institute.)

Fifty years ago, the Johns Committee investigated communism, the civil rights movement, and homosexuality in Florida in general, and that included an investigation of USF itself. After her book came out, Inside Higher Ed interviewed Stacy Braukman. She is a USF alumnus, and the USF Humanities Institute asked her to give a lecture at USF. She will speak on September 20 at 7 pm in CWY 202: see the announcement in the events calendar and page 3 of the Institute newsletter.

The USF Chapter of the UFF is proud to co-sponsor this lecture and invites everyone from the USF community to come. And bring a colleague!

LOGISTICS

Next Chapter Meeting Friday, September 7, at noon, in EDU 214 on USF-Tampa.

A buffet will be provided by the union, and all UFF members are invited to attend. And bring a colleague!

NOTE: The USF-UFF Chapter website is http://www.uff.ourusf.org, and our e-mail address is uff@ourusf.org.

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