Campaign Committee: The Campaign Committee is responsible for planning and executing public campaigns, most importantly surrounding bargaining, but also on other issues of importance to United Academics members.
Solidarity Committee: The Solidarity Committee is responsible for working with other unions, with student groups, and with other members of the UVM and Burlington communities on issues of importance to all of us.
Communication Committee: The Communication Committee is responsible for United Academics' press relations, website and other communications. The Communication Committee works with the Campaign and Solidarity Committees to get the news out about issues and events.
Bargaining Team: The Bargaining team is appointed by the Executive Council, and negotiates the contract with representatives of the Board of Trustees.
Delegates Assembly: The Delegates Assembly proposes actions and resolutions and reviews and ratifies major decisions of the Executive Council. Delegates are elected from and represent the academic units (such as Arts and Sciences, Libraries, and Nursing) that make up United Academics. The Delegates Assembly also works with the negotiating team to ensure that faculty interests and concerns from the different academic units are well represented in collective bargaining.
Executive Council: At the center of United Academics is the Executive Council, whose members are elected every two years and who have primary responsibility for such key decisions as appointing a negotiating team to represent UVM faculty in the collective bargaining process.
Executive Offices: The President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary of United Academics compose the executive officers, who are elected for two-year terms and sit on the Executive Council.
Contact Charles-Louis Morand Métivier, Nominating Committee Chair, for information about any office