Run for Office
For complete information on running for an office on the UAFP Executive Council (or board), please refer to the Officers & Elections page.
Become a Department or Campus Rep
The Executive Council may appoint, for a term of one (1) year, a Department or Campus Representative from the union members of each department or equivalent unit. Reps are the union liaisons for adjunct faculty in their departments (or campuses) and lobby on their behalf. They should attend all regular Executive Council meetings, where they may speak in all debates, but not vote (unless they are also officers of the Executive Council).
Other Department/Campus Rep duties include:
Keeping membership lists of their departments/campuses
Being point of first contact for adjunct faculty in their department/campus with grievance issues
Maintaining contact with the Grievance Committee concerning any grievances
Communicating with the Executive Council about adjunct faculty concerns and ideas
Become a Manager
Supervises and reviews the administration of grievance policies, procedures, and litigation arising from grievances; advises the Executive Council on the disposition of grievances that have not gone to arbitration; and stays in contact with Department Representatives and the general membership on each campus. Stipend: $5,000.00 per year.
Makes publications and engages in public relations on behalf of the Union, maintains the Union’s website, and oversees electronic and posted communications. Stipend: $5,000.00 per year.
Join a Committee
Members and chairpersons of all committees are appointed by a majority vote of the Executive Council. Terms of office for chairpersons and members of standing committees are three (3) years starting at time of appointment and commencing at the first Executive Council meeting after spring term.
Develops proposals for contract negotiations and negotiates agreements with Pace University covering the terms and conditions of employment for all those represented by the UAFP. Contract proposals are presented to the Executive Council for approval.
Prepares policy recommendations for the Executive Council regarding membership development, growth, and expansion programs, and helps execute membership policies.
Conducts the Executive Council election and all other elections delegated to it. Elections Committee members cannot run for office in any election their committee conducts.
Ad Hoc Committees
The Executive Council appoints ad hoc committees as necessary which will be dissolved upon completion of their appointed tasks.
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Becoming a UAFP member does NOT incur any additional dues.