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GEO
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from the older GEO and would continue to support
the group because they all desire respect, living wages
and benefits.
Jeremy Phillips, a unionized University electrician,
voiced his support for the union and its demands when
he spoke at the rally. He and other electricians were
unaware of GEO's planned walkout and its demands
until early yesterday, he said.
"I looked at the information and said, 'I make more
(money) than (GSIs), and that's not right,' " Phillips
said. He added that, because GSIs educate so many
of the students on campus, they should be making a
living wage for their work.
GEO President Dave Dobbie said the union appre-
ciated the solidarity that individual skilled workers,
such as construction laborers and electricians, showed
by not crossing picket lines.
"An individual choosing to sacrifice a day's pay in
solidarity helps us out a lot," Dobbie said. "(Delay-
ing construction work) will make a huge difference in
how seriously the University takes us."
University facilities and operations spokeswoman
the michigan daily

Diane Brown said groups of GEO members had situ-
ated themselves at the construction sites for the Bio-
medical Science Research Building, as well as at the
Cardiovascular Center site, before workers arrived
and that some construction workers chose to honor
the picket lines.
"We had some reduced construction work occur-
ring," Brown said. "We will still expect that buildings
will be completed as scheduled."
University spokeswoman Julie Peterson said the
walkout affected a number of the University's aca-
demic units, but that the impact was scattered. "LSA
felt the greatest impact, but even (in LSA) some
departments felt it more than others," she said.
The walkout also brought support from graduate
students who are not currently employees and are not
directly affected by GEO's negotiations.
"There is a lot of support from graduate stu-
dents who haven't ever taught a class," said Kate
Graber, a doctoral candidate who plans to teach as
an anthropology GSI next year. She added that she
has not been involved with GEO very long but feels
strongly about the issues that will affect her when
she becomes a GSI.
Other GSIs said they felt strongly about certain

issues because they affected them personally. Jessica
Robbins, an anthropology GSI, said same-sex ben-
efits were important to her because of her sister, who
is gay.
"I want for her to be able to have the same benefits
and rights as me," Robbins said.
Both Robbins and Graber said they appreciated all
the support that non-GEO members were showing.
While picketing, they had come across a plant opera-
tions worker at a construction site who brought the
picketers donuts and then left work for the day in a
show of solidarity.
Negotiations are scheduled for 1 p.m. today.
Extended negotiation sessions were scheduled earlier
this week in an attempt to avoid the walkout. GEO has
indicated that it will consider a possible open-ended
strike if the University does not bargain in good faith
by offering counter-proposals. In last week's mail-in
ballot vote, GEO members also authorized a strike on
April 4 if progress is not made. If a strike is deemed
necessary, a final vote by members, where the Uni-
versity's last offer will be assessed, will occur before
April 4.
"(The) best thing to do is to focus on tomorrow and
hope it's an effective discussion," Peterson said.

DEAN
Continued from page 1
College of Engineering in a good posi-
tion to thrive.
"His accomplishments have been quite
extraordinary," Courant said. "His impact
on the college will be something people
notice for a long time."
Director has served as dean for nine
years, the third-longest reign of any dean
of the College of Engineering in Univer-
sity history.
During his tenure, the college's student
population increased by 1,000, and the
annual operating budget grew from $186
million to $273 million.
"He's basically managed the college
through very difficult financial situa-
tions," said Tamas Gombosi, chair of the
atmospheric, oceanic and space science
department. "The college is in very good
shape."
Director oversaw the foundation of the
college's 11th academic department, the

Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Construction began on three privately
funded buildings during his time as dean.
So far, one has been completed: the Carl
A. Gerstacker Building, which houses the
biomedical engineering department. An
expansion of the Solid-State Electronics
Laboratory is scheduled to begin next
month.
No decision has been made on who
will be appointed as interim dean. Cou-
rant said he plans to appoint a search
advisory committee before the end of the
semester. He added that the interim dean
will most likely serve for one year, until
June 31, 2006.
"It will be a time when we will obvi-
ously need to regroup a bit and have a
diligent search for a new dean," said
Richard Larson, department chair of the
chemical engineering department. "The
college is a very large and well-run enter-
prise. There will be a pause in the strate-
gic direction, but Director's plans will be
carried out."

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