100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 31, 2005 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 2005-01-31

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


NEWS

The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 31, 2005 - 7A

LEO
E Continued from page 1A
centrally," Peterson said.
Despite the obstacles, Peterson said the Uni-
versity continues to work toward the goal of
evaluating all the lecturers currently employed
by the University and assigning them to their
respective title within the three-year time frame
required by the contract.
As of now, LEO has received criteria for eval-
uations from only the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts and the Residential College,
Halloran said.
She added that the level of lecturer input in
determining performance criteria has varied
across departments.
"We have departments like Sweetland and
(the English Language Institute) where there are
a large percentage of lecturers who actually have
the michigan daily

been involved in the development of the crite-
ria," she said.
At its recent meeting, LEO discussed the
possibility of taking further action, as well as a
deadline tomorrow for the University to provide
performance criteria and the list of lecturers to be
reviewed.
LEO also voted on evaluation matters, voting
to insist that evaluations by colleagues be given
primary weight over student evaluations, and to
authorize the Contract Implementation Commit-
tee supplemented by volunteers to develop a more
detailed LEO proposal and negotiate it with the
University.
RC Slavic studies lecturer Alina Makim agreed
that there needs to be more value placed on col-
league evaluations.
"One thing I absolutely want to see is to have
lecturers evaluated by peers," Makim said, adding
that peer evaluations are highly important because

they are in the same positions and have a common
understanding of working in a classroom.
But some disagreed, placing peer and student
evaluation on equal footing.
"The most important dimension of the teaching
process is between the students and teacher," LSA
sociology lecturer Luis Sfeir-Younis said.
He said the contract issue is not just about
job security, but that this is an issue about
securing the best education possible for stu-
dents at the University.
Earlier last semester, LEO filed a number
of grievances with the University in regards
to laid-off lecturers and violation of the
guidelines established in the contract. One
of the major grievances filed was against the
English department because three qualified
lecturers were laid-off and allegedly never
called back when new positions opened - a
violation of the contracts that LEO has with

"One thing I absolutely want to see is to have
lecturers evaluated by peers"
- Alina Makim
RC Lecturer

the University.
Halloran said that they were able to reach a
settelment with the University in which the lectur-
ers were hired for the winter semester.
LEO hopes to continue working with the Uni-
versity in establishing open communication to dis-
cuss contract disputes.
"The one piece of positive news, finally, is
that the provost decided to come down from the

mountain ... It's the first time all year the pro-
vost has actually told deans and chairs that the
University has made a commitment to LEO and
the contract and that they have to do some work
... it finally lights a fire for some progress," said
LEO campus chair Kirsten Herold.
- Daily Staff Reporters Dayna Hogan-McLean
and Michael Kan contributed to this report

1/2 off you' Security Deposit
1/2 off your Processing Fee
1/2 off May* OR
8100 off September*
Univrslty Tower Apts.
Free Heat and Water, Pool
Fitness Center and MOREl
WWW.milVrsltyt owers-Loon
Call to set up your tour today
(7341701-2880
*Restrctisns apply
GREAT HOUSES, GREAT APART-
MENTS!
!!!2005Lease!!!
ALL HOUSES. HAVE 6 LG. BEDROOMS!
Plus many have studies as shown below!!!!
LOCAION STD)Y BATH PRKG. TERM
927S.State 0 2J 4 MorS
418 E Kingsley 0 2 4 M or S
926 Sylvan 1 3 J 6 Sept.
909 Sylvan 2 3 J 7 Sept
1012 Michigan 0 3 6 Sept
M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi Stdy.=Study
All have been completely remodeled.
Oak floors, new carpet & fum., 2 new side
by side fridges, trash compactor, dwshr.
I have central A/C, the rest have room A/C.
APARTMENTS IN 2 LOCATIONS!!!
3 Min.Walk to Frieze Bldg.,
(E. Kingsley/ Division)
2 Historic bldgs. completely remodeled.
-2 bdrm.penthouse, see all of A2, Avail. Fall.
-31g. bdrms. w/ free vanity. Avail Now, Fall
-6 bdrm., complete remodel in process, Fall.
Modern Apartment Building: Remodeled
- 2 bdrm. culinary delight, trash compacter.
19 ft. of counter space, dwshr.,etc.
Avail. Now and Fall
3 Min.walk to South Quad
1 & 2 bdrm. 100% remodeled apts. with new
funm., oak flrs., new carpet, prkg., A/C, dw-
shr., &cable. Avail. Now, Spring & Fall.
Both apt. locations include: ldry, great prkg.
and heat/water.
Please Call: 973-7368.
1 Bdrm. Apts.
On Catherine, For Fall 2005
Copi Properties
663-5609
PETS WELCOME: CONTEMPORARY 1 &
2 bdrm. apt. Great campus locations. Call for
details 741-9657.
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! 1 mo.
free! Why pay the high A2 prices? Ypsilanti
is only 15 min. drive to campus. Leasing
now! 1, 2, & 3 bdrms. From $595. Free
Heat & Water. 487-5750. Virtual tours and
apply online at www.riversedge.org
RIVERHOUSE CONDO, 2 bdrm., carpet
incl., 3 min. from UM Hospital, all utils. incl.
except electric, hardwood firs., storage &
Idry. facilities, C/A $1250. 734-662-9908.
U OF M AFFILIATES. U OF M OWNED
housing available to U of M grad. students,
faculty, staff only. Call 734-763-5623 for
info.

AVAIL. NOW. William & Division. 1
bdrm. apt. - sublet. Gallatin Realty Co. 734-
368-0256.
AVAILABLE NOW!
Rooms and apartments for short term leases
Call 734.668.1100.
ROOM, N. CAMPUS, fum., ldry., & internet
(734) 996-8614. skung@umich.edu

$600 GROUP FUNDRAISER
Scheduling Bonus
4 hrs. of your group's time PLUS our free
(yes, free) fundraising solutions EQUALS
$1,000-$2,000 in eamings for your group.
Call TODAY for a $600 bonus when you
schedule your non-sales fundraiser with Cam-
pusFundraiser. Contact CampusFundraiser,
(888)923-3238, or visit
www.campusfundraiser.com
A-ONE LIGHT MOVING & Hauling Ser-
vices Help You Move. 484-3562, James Jr.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
University next to Hill Auditorium. 662-1906.
MEDIA POWER. MICHIGAN'S only autho-
rized Avid & Apple training center. Contact
us @ 248-351-0101 or visit media-power.com
MOST IMPORTANT SKILL for law school
success? Check out lawschoolprepcourse.com
TEXAS HOLD 'EM
Leam how to play! Strategies & Techniques.
Toumament & Live play.
Classes are forming now!
Marino Enterprises. 248-254-1249.
THESIS/BOOK EDITING. LANGUAGE, or-
ganization, format. All disciplines. 25 yrs.
exp. 996-0566 or writeon@htdconnect.com

ON-CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE
Positions Available
CampusFundraiser is seeking out-going stu-
dents for on-campus representative
spokesperson positions. $15 to $25 per hour
plus bonuses. Call CampusFundraiser,
(866)476-8701 to apply, or visit
http://www.campusfundraiser.com/ocr.asp
P/T ADMIN. ASSISTANTS wanted. Must
be computer literate, good office skills &
work well with public. Apply in person only
at: 2500 Packard Rd., Suite 209. EOE.
PAID EXPERIMENTS
Go to www.michiganpaidexperiments.org to
be notified about paid experiment opportuni-
ties! Multi-player games, marketing surveys,
etc. Pay $10-$50. New experiments posted
weekly on site, and sent out as email an-
nouncements to registered users. Non-stu-
dents welcome.
PHYSICAL ASST. FOR disabled law stu-
dents. Pay neg. Will train, call Chris
761-9551.
SCOREKEEPERS IS HIRING part-time
cooks. Work in a fun atmosphere! Starting @
$7/hr. Bring in your class schedule and ap-
ply!! 310 Maynard, A2. 734-995-0100.
SCOREKEEPERS IS HIRING waitresses &
floor men. Work in a fun atmosphere! Bring
in your class schedule & apply today! 310
Maynard, A2. 734-995-0100.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED
Gretchen's house, an NAEYC accredited
child care ctr. in A2, seeks enthusiastic per-
sons to substitute for our 7 A2 locations.
Flex. hrs., great position for college stud. For
more info. call (734) 761-2576 or email in-
quiries to mdavis@gretchenshouse.com EOE.
TAKE PICTURES-MAKE $$$-HAVE FUN
Photographers Wanted
No Experience Necessary
www.NakedAlligator.com
Email : Jobs@nakedalligator.com
WOMEN NEEDED FOR research study:
The Possibilities Project @ the UM School
of Nursing is seeking women between the
ages of 18 & 35 who are currently experienc-
ing any of the following symptoms: binge
eating, vomiting, using laxatives or water
pills, excessive exercising, fasting, being un-
derweight due to dieting, missing menstrual
periods. Participants will receive 20 wks. of
psychotherapy & nutritional counseling @
no cost. Compensation up to $200 for partici-
pation. For more info., call 1-800-742-2300,
#2000 or email possibilities@umich.edu
www.umich.edul-possibil
WORK ON MACKINAC Island this Season-
The Island House Hotel and Ryba's Fudge
Shops are looking for seasonal help in all ar-
eas: Front Desk, Bellstaff, Waitstaff, and
Sales Clerks. Housing available, bonus and
discounted meals. Call Ryan at 1(800)
626-6304. www.theislandhouse.com

BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK Cruise 5 Days
$299! Includes Meals, Parties with Celebri-
ties As Seen On Real World, Road Rules,
Bachelor! Award Winning Company!
SpringBreakTravel.com 1-800-678-6386.
# Am i $#TM at ou
C=(N
AWCA
SeT-rip E 1C ., t Fre!
Ca for goup dimouts
'TRAVEL.
S'- RAEL 734-769.2$55
SER VICE 734-998-0200
CANCUN SPRING BREAK Beach Hotels
from $519! Call Huron Valley Travel at
761-1300. www.studentbreaks.com

GEO
Continued from page 1A
ed anti-discrimination language in its
new contract. In the wake of the pas-
sage of Proposal 2 - an amendment
to the state constitution that defines
marriage and similar unions between
a man and a woman - GEO wants to
guarantee benefits to GSIs with same-
sex domestic partners. The union had
planned to bargain for this extra secu-
rity before Proposal 2 passed, but the
success of the gay-marriage ban has
made the issue more relevant to GEO.
The issue of health care is also
central to GEO's agenda because many
GSIs want clear language in the con-
tract that states medical care coverage
cannot be changed within the next three
years of the approval of the contract.
GEO members said that during the last
three-year cycle, the University slashed
coverage and increased costs.
Mental health coverage will also
be brought up because patients are
only allowed a limited number of vis-
its to a mental health physician under
the plan, GEO members said. There is
also no coverage for long-term therapy
or chronic problems. For example,
diabetes treatment is covered, but not
depression. GEO also wants long-term
coverage for prescription medication.
But GEO members said the University
SAAN
Continued from page IA
Michigan students at the conference.
MSU junior Afra Ali said the con-
ference was "entertaining and well-
organized."
"It makes me proud to be a South
Asian," she said.
Alumni also attended and special
workshops were scheduled for them.
LSA senior and conference pro-

argued its proposed health care plan
meets GSIs' needs.
"Some people were pretty offend-
ed that the administration thinks
they know what (GSIs) need," said
Andre Wilson, GEO's lead negotia-
tor. "If you need medical treatment,
you need medical treatment."
GEO is also seeking equality for
international GSIs. Many internation-
al students are currently required to
go through weeks of extra training to
be able to teach. A test of proficiency
in English should be the only different
requirement between U.S. and non-
U.S. GSIs, according to GEO.
In addition to these proposals,
GEO is seeking better child-care ben-
efits, the right to honor picket lines,
standardized hiring practices across
academic departments and a guaran-
tee that all of the gains the union wins
during negotiations are put into prac-
tice.
Despite the numerous matters on
the negotiating table, GEO members
conceded that there has been some
progress on the medical front. On Jan.
21, the University began providing
dental coverage to first-year GSIs - a
benefit provided for only second-year
and more senior GEO members previ-.
ously. The University also gave union
members the option to buy in to more
comprehensive dental coverage.
grammer Akshay Bajpaee said the
planning process, which began last
April, was long and arduous but also
extremely enlightening.
"We really wanted to motivate.
educate and inspire our student popu-
lation," Bajpaee said.
Sreenivasan praised the students'
efforts in his keynote address on Friday.
"The fact that a college campus can
put something together like this is
pretty remarkable," he said.

U U

SPRING BREAK SPECIALS! Panama City
& Daytona 7 Nights, 6 Free Parties $159!
Cancun, Jamaica, Acapulco, Nassau $499
Including Air! Bahamas Cruise $299!
SpringBreakTravel.com 1-800-678-6386.

T-SHIRT PRINTERY
A2'S FINEST & FASTEST
PRINTED & EMBROIDERED
TEES, SWEATS, CAPS,
TEAM SHIRTS, SHORTS
'UM P0#8 ACCEPTED~-
-CALL FOR OUR
LOW PRICE QUOTE
$-DAY TURNAROUND
1002 PONTIAC TR.
TEL. 994-1367
adrianstshirts.com

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The Vietnam Protestors
Yung Krall, author of A Thou-
sand Tears Faling, is the daugh-
ter of the National Liberation
Front (Viet Cong) ambassador
to Moscow. In 2004 Yung told a
UM audience that North Vietnam
had decided to surrender, but
the protest movement forced a
halt to our bombing and the war
dragged on for years. Did the
protestors save or cost lives?
Gary Lillie & Assoc., Realtors
www.garylillie.com

!!!BARTENDER TRAINEES $300!!! a day
potential, Age 18+ ok. No experience neces-
sary, training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
$9.50/hR. AND MAKE new friends while
supporting your University. MICHIGAN
TELEFUND now hiring students for flexible
night and weekend schedules. Awesome Re-
sume Builder! Work Study / Non-Work
Study. Apply online:
www.telefund.umich.edu or 998-7420.
FIT DIRECT CARE Supervisor position to
start February. $25,000-$28,000 plus bene-
fits. Responsibilities incl. administrative and
developmental supervision for direct care
staff in youth focused residential programs,
supervision of direct care staff and 16 hrs. of
direct shift coverage. Coordination of hiring,
training and skills education. Ability to work
independently and as part of a team. Demon-
strated ability to provide effective supervi-
sion to others and to handle crisis situations.
Bachelor's Degree in related field and mini-
mum 2 yrs. working with adolescents req.
Send resume to Ozone House, attn. Julie Ryn-
brandt, 1705 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor,
MI 48104. No phone calls please. AAEOE.
FULL AND PART-TIME In-home daycare
help. Non-smoking, kid-loving, dependent,
active. Call Kozy HeartC@a734-665-6959.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!
Earn $15-$125 and more per survey!
www.moneyforsurveys.com
GREAT PART-TIME JOB. $100-200/wk.
Set your own his. Less than 10 hrswk. (877)
871-8290 ask for Bill.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR RE-
SEARCH STUDIES: The Pfizer Research
Clinic in Ann Arbor is seeking healthy males
or females, ages 18-55, for participation in
upcoming drug research studies. Studies last
approximately two-four weeks. Payment for
study participation ranges from $500-$1000.
You must not take daily prescription medica-
tions or have any chronic illness. A pre-
screening process is required. For more infor-
mation, call the Research Recruiters at
1-800-567-8804. Pfizer Research Clinic 2800
Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105.

MY NAME IS Becky Siegrist-Wagoner and
I am looking for my sister Tami Siegrist
(maiden). If anyone knows where she is
please contact me @ 520-488-7179 or -
bwagoner@imclick.com
PRESTIGIOUS TRAIL'S END CAMP -
Pennsylvania Summer Camp- Guaranteed Ex-
perience of a Lifetime; Limited openings for
Sports Specialists, Crafts Specialists, Water-
front Counselors (Lake and Pool) and Gen-
eral Counselors; June 19th-August 14th -
Gain practical experience working with kids.
www.trailsendcampjobs.com

TOP BOYS SPORTS CAMP IN MAINE!
Play & Coach Sports * Have Fun * Make $$$
Camp counselors positions available
Summer 2005.
Apply online www.campcobbossee.com
Or call 1-800473-6104.

...but can't get out?
CALL THE DELIVERY BUTLER!
We deliver right to your door from
these local restaurants:

BABYSITER WANTED FOR 2 yr. old girl
& 7 mo. old boy. 4-8 hrs./week & occasional
weekend-evenings. Must have experience &
refs. Must have transportation. Child dev./ed-
ucation major preferred. $10/hr. Email re-
sume w/ ref. to sschorer@comcast.net
BABYSITTER WANTED FOR infant. A
few hrs./wk. to help out. Parents may be at
home. Car needed. Live off Packard. Call
213-5949 or email nabraun@comcast.net
CHILD CARE FOR infant, & before/after
school care for son (10). Outskirts of A2, day-
time hrs. Non-smoker, transportation & child-
care exp. req. Light housekeeping a plus. E-
mail exp. or resume to mayyash@umich.edu
FREE RENT IN exchange for P/T nanny &
light house cleaning. Working, single dad
seeking PIT help for 5 yr. old boy (Tues.night
/Wed. morning/Altemating Wknds.) Primary
resposibilities is sleeping over, driving/pick-
ing up, & light hse. work. Pay neg. & can
incl. free rm. Non-smoker. Drivers license &
car needed. I am active father so involve-
ment is light. Fax requirements, refs., experi-

!!FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED!
$450/mo. 4 bdrm. Condo., I bdrm. left. Utils.
incl., A/C., ldry., & free prkg. Cable TV,
DSL. Call 313-838-2629.
FEMALE RMMTE. NEEDED-GRAD. stud.
for rm. in townhse. Fum., wshr./dryer, prkg.
By hosp. & dental sch. $550/mo. 341-5595.
ROOM FOR RENT! 35 min. from A2. Fur-
nished cottage style home with lake access.
$450/mo. + utils. Call Rich @ 517-467-6759.

0
.

Banh Na
Banditos

" Bennie's Broasted Paesano's
Chicken " Pelagos Tavern
" Brown Jug " Quizno'sOF
" California Pizza " TGI Fridays $ O
Kitchen " Smokehouse $4.99 Delivery Fee
" Dynasty Biues Mention coupon code
" Harvest Deil " Red Lobster MDWO5 or enter in
SMancino's * Ya Yas "Special instructions"-online
Mon -Ihurs. 9 am-9:30 pm EIORDER ONLINE
iyOpmLIVERY www.deliverybutler.com
4ray 9am- pmiBUTLER or CALL (734)531-2130
Saturday 4 pm-10 pm for a menu guide

" Miki Japanese
Seafood

THINK YOU'RE A hottie? Free hot sauce
and salsa Taste Test first Sunday of each
month, 11 to 4, February 6. TIOS. 333 East
Huron. 761-6650.

A

momir-r- g

I m.. -- owa

I

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan