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Collective bargaining update
Updated Tuesday 20 December: The Employer’s bargaining team met with union delegates on 19 December 2022 for mediation, facilitated by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Wednesday 14 December: Congratulations to our academic staff who have been appointed to the role of professor or associate professor.
Strike action ended
Friday 9 December: Our priority now is to get student grades released as soon as possible.
Delays to student grades FAQs
Thursday 8 December: These FAQs may help answer questions you have about grade delays due to the strike action.
Statement from the Chancellor
Monday 14 November: Statement from the Chancellor, Cecilia Tarrant about speculations around salary increases for the Vice-Chancellor.
Union action by academic staff
Friday 11 November: Upcoming union action by academic staff that are members of the Tertiary Education Union (TEU).
Statement on events in Iran
Friday 7 October: The University issues a statement on events in Iran.
University response to strike
Wednesday 5 October: University response to strike
TEU and PSA strike action
Monday 3 October: The University has compiled some FAQs for staff regarding strike action and we will be communicating directly with union members and managers ahead of any strike action.
Learning and teaching until the end of 2022
Tuesday 13 September: This covers on-campus delivery, enrolment in courses offered online, examinations and tests. The only change resulting from the removal of the COVID-19 Protection Framework (the 'traffic light system') is the deletion of the section on 'Activities in different ‘traffic light’ settings'.
In solidarity with Ukraine
Friday 17 June: The University of Auckland stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and all those affected by the conflict and growing humanitarian crisis.
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