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AVAIL. MAY-AUG. THOMPSON &
William. 1 bdrm. w/ A/C, free ldry. $500
neg. 586-943-5475 or katellis@umich.edu
AVAIL. NOW. WILLIAM & Division. 1
bdrm. w/ sec. buzzer system, Idry./seperate
storage locker. Gallatin Realty Co. 368-0256.
GREAT CENTRAL CAMPUS loc. Tower
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Aug. 2005. Call 734-812-4545. Price neg.
NORTH CAMPUS SPRING/SUMMER sub-
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STUDENT WANTED FOR Sublet. Avail.
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apt. Spacious rooms, breakfast nook, cool
roommate, laundry, good central location.
$rent negotiable + utilities. 1223 Hill St. (at
S.Forest). Call Jens & leave message:
231.357.4191 or email: jens@umich.edu
SUBLET AVAIL. NOW on S. Forest near B-
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HOUSEWORK HELP WANTED & simple
meal preparation. 10-20 hrs./wk., flex.
$10- 15/hr. Need 1 YR. commitment. Start
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IMMEDIATE OPENING WAIT staff:
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tory of severe asthma, eye surgery or eye
trauma. Upon completion of the study, partic-
ipants will be compensated.This study in-
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more information, please contact the U-M
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recruiting people w/ strong comm. skills &
interest in the social sciences to join a team
conducting national public opinion telephone
interviews. Candidates need to be highly self-
directed w/ a professional telephone manner
for conducting research interviews. Exp. w/
IBM compatible computers helpful & bilin-
gual fluency in Spanish highly desirable.
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work a minimum of 16-20 hrs./wk. Competi-
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application immed. during weekdays
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rene@arborbrewing.com or fax to
734-213-2835.
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Florida. Now hiring on-campus reps. Call
for group discounts. Information/Reserva-
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SUMMER ADVERTISING INTERNSHIP
Excellent Advertising, Sales and Marketing
opp. Earn $3000-$8000 and gain valuable
business EXPERIENCE developing the U of
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College Directory Publishing, Inc.
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Earn $10 to $11/hr. w/ bonus. Work outside
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$10-$12/hr. Serious inquiries only. 657-6897.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
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motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBURBS. 248-477-7727.
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Up to 29 hours per week at $10.00/hr. Please

fax resume to: 734/332-0971.
WANT TO LIVE in a GREAT apartment
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Call us at 734.668.1100 for details.
WOMEN NEEDED FOR research study:
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LEASING CONSULTANT
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labeling, running errands on campus, and
some telephone reception help. Applicants
should have good computer skills and work-
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Must be punctual, reliable, and possess good
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available 8-5, Mon.-Fri., April to Aug., with
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U-M is a non-discriminatory, affirmative action
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LEO
Continued from page 1
She said that, to her knowledge, only
one of six lecturers in the department
was rehired.
"They are terminating excellent teach-
ers because they don't want to provide
job security," Halloran said.
Acting Chair of the philosophy depart-
ment, Louis Loeb, would not comment
on the situation.
Robinson also said LEO has heard
rumors that the philosophy department
does not want to rehire lecturers because
it will lower the ranking of the department
in comparison to
other universities
- the department 6If we do nc
would rather hire
more permanent kind of imr
faculty.
University we will be,
spokeswoman aduation
Julie Peterson said
the philosophy our messag
department has
typically focused to the pubi
on hiring faculty,
only varying on
this in the last two -B
years by hiring
more lecturers.
"The depart-
ment is returning to its old model. It
has always employed a larger number
of tenure or tenure-track faculty. The
last couple of years have been unusu-
al," she said.
Still, Moscovici said the department is
unfairly treating lecturers with its struc-
tural changes. "They are misusing the
term programmatic change," Moscovici
said. She said that lecturers in the phi-
losophy department are kept hidden and
are being told to vacate offices that they
are currently working from.
The School of Art and Design and the
School of Social Work also would not
comment on LEO's allegations, citing
reasons of confidentiality. Peterson said
the School of Art and Design has been
in the process of implementing a revised
curriculum that includes hiring lecturers
who have a broad range of work experi-

t see any
provement,
at
getting
re across
3onnie Halloran
LEO president

but is in the process of
completing them by
May, Peterson added.
Even though some
departments have
not been responsive,
Halloran highlighted
academic units that
have shown some
progress after much
prodding, such as
the Residential Col-
lege and the School
of Nursing. Halloran
added that the union
has seen better prog-
ress from academic
units at the Dearborn

and Flint campuses.
LEO released a progress report,
awarding the School of Engineering
an A, while calling it a "model school
on this campus ... (that) developed and
implemented (evaluation criteria) in a
timely and equitable fashion."
Peterson said the University will
continue meeting with LEO in imple-
mentation meetings to solve problems,
but she stressed that the University has
the entire three-year life of the contract
to implement the provisions on perfor-
mance evaluation and reclassification of
lecturer titles.
"The overall result is that we came
into this contract in good will, what is
happening is in part of resistance and ill
will," Halloran said.
"If good will is lost, it will be hard to
recover," Robinson added.

ence with different mediums, instead of
relying upon lecturers who specialize in
specific mediums.
"(Not rehiring lecturers) has noth-
ing to do with LEO," she said. "It
was an academic decision that had
been underway."
Peterson said the School of Social
Work, however, has been responsive to
LEO's demands for performance evalu-
ation criteria. She said the school had
initially wanted faculty input for the cre-
ation of performance evaluation criteria,
but has since sped up the process in light
of LEO's demands. The school planned
on conducting lecturer reviews in the fall

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. $12/HR. Exp.
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ATTENTION CAR ENTHUSIASTS! Auto-
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***P/' CHILDCARE FOR boy, age 10, &
girl, age 7 1/2. Grad student preferred. In
home close to campus, & for travel. Own
transportation, exp. & refs. req. Call
761-2828 (day) or 769-0012 (home).
BABYSITER NEEDED IN AA area, start-
ing now. Part time, flex. hrs. must love kids.
ref. req. Call 734-769-7786.
CHILD CARE-SUMMER. MON. & Thurs.
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CHILD CARE. HERE at least 1 more yr.
Avail. summer. Occasional child care. Own
transportation. 668-6462 or
jradliff@umich.edu
CHILD EDUCATOR SOUGHT for 3 yr. -old
son of UM professor and entrepenurial wife.
Care in A2 home for 15 hrs.week @ $10/hr.
Start May 23rd. Great ref(s). req. along with
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LIVE IN THE Grosse Pointe, MI area? Com-
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week, own transportation and references re-
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SEEKING RESP. CAREGIVER for 6 YR.
old boy and 3 YR. old girl. PIT nights and
occ. days. Will work with your school sched.
to arrange times desiring individual this sum-
mer and next YR. Ref. requested. Please call
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