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A special meeting was held
on Bowling Green State University's campus Wednesday to discuss faulty jobs.
The BGSU Faculty
Association is preparing its members for what happens after they lose their
The university is planning
to cut 100 faculty members for the fall. Most of those 100 are leaving on their
own due to receiving other jobs, or retirement. Others are on a 1-year contract
that will not be renewed, according to David Jackson, president of the Faculty
For those faculty members,
the association wanted to explain to them the grievance process, and help them with
what their options will be.
"The purpose of this
workshop tonight is to teach the faculty how the grievance process works and to
give them the tools necessary to get unemployment, and to get other sorts of
benefits that they're entitled to if they're not being renewed," Jackson said.
The Faculty Association
has held demonstrations against these cuts, and they're still fighting, but
notifications were supposed to go out March 1 to faculty members getting cut.