[Currentcse] Fw: Graduate Students need Faculty Support this Saturday @ 6pm

Hutchinson, Jaylynne hutchinj at ohio.edu
Sun Sep 6 11:43:01 EDT 2015


Hi all,


Whether you hold a GA or TA-ship, you might consider supporting OU's G/TAs this coming Saturday. Read below for more details and the rationale.


Thanks.  --Jaylynne


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Jaylynne N. Hutchinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Critical Studies in Educational Foundations, Program Coordinator
Director, Undergraduate Diversity Studies Certificate
Lindley Hall S203, Ohio University
Athens, OH  45701
Email: hutchinj at ohio.edu
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Subject: Re: Graduate Students need Faculty Support this Saturday @ 6pm


Dear OHIO Faculty,


This is a very important week for the graduate students in your department---it is a week about reminding the university that OHIO's graduate assistants are important members of the university community and that the work they perform deserves a living wage.


Over 700 graduate students at Ohio University are international students, with distant families and limited financial support---but for these students, OHIO's average $9,000 annual stipend is not a living wage, and with classes, an assistantship, and tremendous reading, writing, teaching, and research commitments, there is no time to supplement this income with a part-time job. Still worse, with only $9,000, international and low income students must first purchase a $1,700 student health insurance policy, and also pay a $1,000 general fee to support football games, concerts, festivities, and other events on campus.


With only $6,300 remaining, many graduate assistants experience a life of poverty. There are graduate assistants in departments with below average GA stipends who are not sure when they will eat again and where their next meal will come from. Caring faculty in these programs have collected pasta, grains, and canned goods to create graduate assistant food banks in their department offices. Without a doubt, the faculty in these departments are tremendously supportive and graduate students are grateful for their help. However, the administration of this university needs to know that faculty should not have to absorb this responsibility and that this is an embarrassing way to run a graduate school.


The administration also needs reminded that there are plenty of opportunities to change these circumstances. At OHIO's similar peer schools---schools with similar budgets, graduate assistant populations, and research activity---stipends begin at $15,000, assistantships include a $1,500 student health insurance waiver, and graduate students receive reduced or optional athletic fees. There is room within Ohio University's budget to offer the same improvements in financial support, healthcare subsidy, and athletic fees that would reduce the financial hardship experienced by OHIO's graduate assistants and offer them a living wage.


This Saturday is an important day---The Graduate Student Senate, the Graduate Workers Party, and many supportive undergrads and faculty will gather in front of Peden Stadium to remind this university that graduate assistants are important members of the university community, and that their financial well-being and food security is more important than concerts, comedians, parades, and dare we say it---football games! We hope you will join us in front of Peden Stadium at 6pm this Saturday, September 12, before the first home football game to support the graduate assistants in your department and help us make our school a better and more equitable university community.


Additional information about the event can be viewed at the Graduate Workers Party link below:


https://www.facebook.com/events/521001804714930/


Finally, graduate students need help from every member of the university community to turn this situation around---please help us raise awareness by forwarding this message to the faculty in your department and college.


If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact myself or the chair of the Graduate Workers Party, Shehzad Ahmed (sa066513 at ohio.edu).


Gratefully,

Carl Edward Smith III


[Ohio University]

Graduate Student Senate
Carl Edward Smith III
President

Baker University Center 302
1 Ohio University
Athens OH 45701-2979
T: 740.593.1899
C: 304.218.8836
cs159707 at ohio.edu
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________________________________
From: Smith, Carl
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 3:35 PM
To: Quitslund, Beth
Cc: Manring, Nancy; Ammarell, Gene; Duvert, Dominique; Mattson, Kevin; Palmer, Ruth; Thomas, David; Bernstein, Neil; Carson, Scott; Castillo, Horacio; Mattley, Christine; Elster, Charlotte; Hays, Steve; Holcomb, Gary; Jungkunz, Vincent; Kessler, Greg; Rice, Linda; Snyder, Carey; Tees, David; Uhalde, Kevin; Wyatt, Sarah; Hartman, Katherine; Luce, Thom; Prevost, Andrew; Sarikas, Robert; Wang, Yong; Babrow, Austin; Bates, Benjamin; Reader, Bill; Brooks, Gordon; Carr, David; Machtmes, Krisanna; Martin, Bruce; Bartone, Chris; Cotton, John; Stuart, Ben; Suer, Gursel; Buchanan, Charles; Geist, Kamile; Hibbitt, Alexandra; Basta, Tania; Cooksey-James, Tawna; Sergeev, Alexander; Sindelar, Betty; White, Jason; Inman, Sharon; Walkowski, Stevan; Williams, Susan; Althaus, RuthAnn; Hunter, Michael; Keifer, John; Morris, Matthew; Schwirian, Christopher; Kiersey, Nicholas; Trube, Barbara; Casebolt, James; Spiker, Kevin; Doty, Sandra; Shonia, Giorgi; Trautman, Linda; Crawford, Miki; Marinski, Deborah; Al-Saghir, Mohannad; Taylor, Dr. Jim D.; White, Amy; Ruhil, Anirudh; Henderson, Debra; Burmeister, Larry; Goldman, Loren; Wallace, Lara; Anderson, Timothy; Bergmeier, Stephen; De Lacalle, Sonsoles; Frohne, Andrea; Lein, James; Liu, Jundong; Mohlenkamp, Martin; Marchenkov, Vladimir; Machtmes, Krisanna; Ramsey, Erik; Moberg, Chris; Ferrier, Michelle; Horner, Jennifer; Hulm, Janet; Lamb, Jody; McCarthy, Brian; Ostermann, Shawn; Paulins, Ann; Howard, Steve; Shields, Joseph; Koonce, David; Tadlock, Katie; Pashtun, Mohammad; Strohl, John; Clark, Margaret; gss-l at listserv.ohio.edu
Subject: Graduate Student Senate requests Faculty Support


Dear OHIO Faculty,


The services and events supported by the general fee provide little benefit to graduate students who are busy with large amounts of reading, writing, teaching, and research. Most of us are developing professionals who are training and assisting faculty in teaching and research activities, and so the majority of us do not benefit from or have the time to attend concerts or sporting events on campus. Additionally, many full time graduate students are low income students who cannot afford to pay the $494 general fee each term.


The Graduate Student Senate has stated numerous times that the general fee creates financial hardship for many international and low income graduate students who do not value or use the events or services it supports---the primary beneficiary of the general fee is the Intercollegiate Athletics program. Our body has reached out to President McDavis several times this past year and met with him to find a way to decrease the general fee for graduate students by some amount.

This past week, President McDavis was informed by the chair of the general fee committee that the committee had decided to recommend a substantially lower general fee for graduate students. President McDavis said he would refuse the recommendation, and said the general fee will not change for graduate students in the coming year. Our recent communications with President McDavis are forwarded below.


The Graduate Student Senate requests the support of OHIO faculty in our efforts to lower the financial burden of the general fee on low income graduate students. During our March 2015 meeting, the body passed a resolution calling for an organized graduate student protest in front of Peden stadium lasting one hour before kickoff at each home football game until the graduate student general fee is lowered. We appreciate any support OHIO faculty can offer us, and welcome you to join our cause before kickoff in front of Peden Stadium on Saturday, September 12, 2015. Your support means a lot and we hope to see many of you there!


Gratefully,

Carl Edward Smith III


[Ohio University]

Graduate Student Senate
Carl Edward Smith III
President

Baker University Center 302
1 Ohio University
Athens OH 45701-2979
T: 740.593.1899
C: 304.218.8836
cs159707 at ohio.edu
www.ohio.edu • www.ohio.edu/compass
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From: gss-l-bounces at listserv.ohio.edu <gss-l-bounces at listserv.ohio.edu> on behalf of Smith, Carl <cs159707 at ohio.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 2:30 PM
To: McDavis, Roderick
Cc: editor at thepostathens.com; Benoit, Pamela; gss-l at listserv.ohio.edu; Kirksey, Jennifer
Subject: Re: [Gss-l] Graduate Student Senate


Dr. McDavis:


Our efforts have been to foster a productive relationship, and to professionally advocate for and advance our own interests through the existing institutional channels---the university committees. Over the past year, our body has written numerous opinion letters to the newspaper, passed resolutions, and met with you and others in the university leadership to express the financial hardship the general fee creates for many low income graduate students. I also have many meeting notes documenting your yearlong awareness of our concern with the general fee, and the millions of dollars of financial hardship it creates for graduate students who do not benefit from it.


On Monday, you were informed by the general fee committee chair that the committee was going to recommend a decrease of the graduate student general fee; despite this recommendation, you stated to the chair and me that you would not decrease the general fee for graduate students. You said no. I asked if you could find a way to lower it by some lesser amount to help graduate students in case the committees recommendation was too much. You said not even by a single dollar. This is unacceptable---we have offered numerous times to sit down with you to find a way to decrease the general fee for graduate students by some amount that would not impact the important activities and services offered by general fee supported units. Your words in your email were exactly correct---the graduate student body deserves far more than they received this year, and you have only yourself to blame, because you have explicitly refused to work with us.


There is simply no other way to state it: Your stated interests in improving the graduate student experience are not sincere, because a sincere interest would have found a way to decrease the general fee for graduate students by some amount. Over an entire year, you have not demonstrated any shred of evidence that meeting with you actually improves the graduate student experience or alleviates their financial hardships. And yet you have the nerve in your email to offer our body a few extra meeting times next year between yourself and the GSS executives. Past GSS leaders may have accepted, but we refuse. We are done wasting our time meeting with you in your closed door meetings---if you want to meet, your first meeting with GSS executives will be in front of the body and open to the public to answer for your decisions.


This is part of what being a leader is about. It means standing up and challenging people who are not doing the right thing. We are student leaders, and we are telling you this now: You are our university president, and you are accountable to us. That means you are accountable for improving our graduate student experience, and you are also accountable for answering to us when you deliberately choose not to. We'll see you in the fall---come prepared to explain yourself.

Carl Edward Smith III


[Ohio University]

Graduate Student Senate
Carl Edward Smith III
President

Baker University Center 302
1 Ohio University
Athens OH 45701-2979
T: 740.593.1899
C: 304.218.8836
cs159707 at ohio.edu
www.ohio.edu • www.ohio.edu/compass
www.twitter.com/ohiou
www.facebook.com/OhioUniversity

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From: McDavis, Roderick
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 1:03 PM
To: Smith, Carl
Cc: gss-l at listserv.ohio.edu; editor at thepostathens.com; Shields, Joseph; Benoit, Pamela; Kirksey, Jennifer
Subject: RE: Graduate Student Senate

Dear Eddie,

I am disappointed by the way in which this year has ended with a less-than-productive relationship between the university’s senior leadership team and Graduate Student Senate. Our graduate students deserve more than what they received this year. Going forward, I plan to meet monthly with you as well as the executive members of the Graduate Student Senate and other key members of the university’s senior leadership team.

My hope for expanding this monthly meeting group is to demonstrate the university administration’s sincere interest in helping improve the graduate student experience. I also want to avoid the situation that you placed me and the General Fee Committee in this semester by delaying the committee’s ability to provide me a report before the end of the semester. This delay occurred because you trusted no one else on Graduate Student Senate to serve on this committee but yourself and would not nominate a diverse slate of graduate students to serve on this committee as I requested. It took until March 30, 2015 to receive a diverse slate of nominees from you and that is unacceptable and disingenuous to graduate students and the chair of the General Fee Committee.

When we met earlier this week, you were frustrated that I would not support or respond to the recommendations that I have not yet received from the General Fee Committee. I know the committee is completing its report despite your delay, and I will review it upon receipt as I have in previous years. I also shared with you that past General Fee Committees have supported the continuation of the graduate student general fee buy-down at the same rate and in continuing budget cycles. I supported those recommendations.

I look forward to working with the members of the Graduate Student Senate during the 2015-16 academic year and building a foundation that will best serve our graduate students. If the executive members of the Graduate Student Senate would like to invite me or other members of the senior leadership team to a Graduate Student Senate meeting to talk about initiatives and concerns affecting graduate students, we are certainly happy to attend a meeting.

Our graduate students are important members of our university community, and we want to ensure them the best OHIO experience possible.

Cordially,

Roderick J. McDavis
President



From: Smith, Carl
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 4:01 PM
To: McDavis, Roderick
Cc: Kirksey, Jennifer; gss-l at listserv.ohio.edu; editor at thepostathens.com
Subject: Graduate Student Senate


Dr. McDavis:



This past year, the Graduate Student Senate has expressed numerous times that the general fee provides limited benefit and value to the graduate student experience, while also creating financial hardship for low-income graduate students. I have met with you several times and asked for your commitment to lower the general fee by some amount for graduate students for next year. The general fee committee has also recommended the general fee be lowered for graduate students in the coming year.



Last night, our body was more than disappointed to learn that you are going against the general fee committee recommendation and are choosing not to decrease the general fee for graduate students for next year. Our body does not accept your decision, and insists that as our university president, you attend one of our fall meetings to answer our many questions and explain why you are insisting that the general fee not be lowered for graduate students in the coming year. All of our meetings will be held on the third Monday of each month beginning in September.

Carl Edward Smith III


[Ohio University]

Graduate Student Senate
Carl Edward Smith III
President

Baker University Center 302
1 Ohio University
Athens OH 45701-2979
T: 740.593.1899
C: 304.218.8836
cs159707 at ohio.edu<mailto:cs159707 at ohio.edu>
www.ohio.edu<http://www.ohio.edu> • www.ohio.edu/compass<http://www.ohio.edu/compass>
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