UFF-UF maintains that the interests and professional values of all faculty are fundamentally similar, whether their appointment accrues tenure or not. Thus, there are only a few items in the current CBA (for example, on tenure, sabbaticals, and SPP) that do not apply to all faculty. Faculty whose appointments are centrally in clinical, research, or teaching represent a sizable and active portion of UFF-UF membership, and they meet independently as UFF members to discuss issues of particular significance to them.
CRT Committee News
November 14, 2019
At the Council meeting, the ad-hoc Non-Tenure Track (NTT) Committee’s name was changed to the Clinical/Research/Teaching Committee (CRT).
August 20, 2019
In celebration of the new school-year, we are happy to send you the attached report on the achievements of some of our Untenured Scholars and Teachers (better known as non-tenure-track). As Untenured Scholars and Teachers we fulfill a long list of tasks ranging from teaching and professional instruction to advising, committee work, course development, program development, leading projects, administrative work and heading academic units, event organizing, academic collaboration, research and scholarly publications.
We are a large and growing group of faculty members. We fulfill an essential role in the university community that is often greater than the work for which we are recognized. If you are an untenured scholar and teacher with impressive achievements, we encourage you to fill the next survey of Untenured Scholars and Teachers. We will be delighted to celebrate your work.
We are committed to raising awareness to issues related to Untenured Scholars and Teachers’ employment, particularly on the issues of job security, evaluation, and promotion.
We wish you a prosperous and productive new school-year in teaching, in service, and in academic research.
UFF-UF Non-Tenure-Track Committee
Read the report here: UST achievements PDF