We are writing to express our great disappointment and ongoing concern regarding the University’s disinformation effort on the matter of USS. For the second time this month, you stated in an email to all University staff that UUK proposals were adopted in the absence of alternative proposals from UCU. This is categorically and demonstrably false.
Dear members, We realise it’s a very busy time of year, and hope you’re all managing as well as you can under the circumstances. Below we provide a few updates of ongoing activities, issues and actions.
Dear members, our correspondence with the university still continues regarding the Keele UCU consultation on OneKeele and senior management’s response. Please see here their latest message.
Keele UCU’s response to the OneKeele Design Group.
We are writing in response to your communication regarding our consultation of members on OneKeele. Keele UCU is deeply disappointed with this response, which many colleagues have already denounced as wholly inadequate.
Last week Keele UCU asked its members for comments and views on the communication, handling and impacts of OneKeele. We summarised the main themes and concerns emerging from members’ comments and provide a summary the senior management at Keele University.
Here is their “response”…
Keele UCU asked its members for comments and views on the communication, handling and impacts of OneKeele. We have drawn on and summarised the main themes and concerns emerging from members’ comments and provide a summary here. This document includes extensive qualitative data gathered from UCU members.
Keele UCU branch offers full support and solidarity to colleagues across the country over recent months who have been taking…
The following letter was sent by Keele UCU committee to Vice-Chancellor Professor Trevor McMillan on Thursday 7th January 2021 at…
In response to the rationale offered by Senior Management at Keele for the closure of the Music Programmes, colleagues in Music have written a statement that challenges some of the key claims underpinning the proposal to close the department.
As some of you might be aware, last week Senate members were provided with two papers for consideration related to the future of Music programmes at Keele. The first was a proposal for Senate to formally approve the withdrawal of all Music programmes at Keele, the second was a proposal to explore how Music provision would be continued on campus after the Music degrees were withdrawn.