'personnel issue ; code word for YOU WILL NOT SUCK UP
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#1 Apr 11, 2012
the only " personnel issue "is the way I WAS TREATED., HUMILIATED, HARASSED AND BULLIED. I HAVE FILED A HARASSMENT COMPLAINT WITH THE UNIVERSITY. What about my charge of anti-SEMITISM? FEEL FREE TO PUBLICLY SHARE THE 'personnel issue .' It seems that when a part time adjuct speaks up, disagrees or fights for their rights their is a " personnel issue. " I would be happy to mention names, dates, meetings, and exact words. SLAVERY SHOULD NOT EXIST AT RUTGERS. Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg
From: chaimdov <[email protected]>
To: knovick <[email protected]>
Sent: Wed, Apr 11, 2012 5:05 am
Subject: Fwd: rabbi rosenberg
In terms of the summer: last summer they had a decrease in enrollment in
summer classes, so the Communication Department decided to reduce the
number of offerings for Summer 2012 and they are offering fewer public
speaking sections this year. Following the policy of the school for all
programs, full-time faculty and doctoral students were offered the
opportunity first for summer teaching, and evidently all sections were
filled through those means. It's my understanding that the department
intended to notify part-time faculty who will not be teaching in summer
over the next few weeks once everything was settled.
In terms of the fall schedule, it is not yet set. KAREN
#2 Apr 11, 2012
Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 12:00 am
Contracts disatisfy part-time lecturersBy Matthew Matilsky / Staff WriterDailyTargum.com | 0 comments
A part-time lecturer accused the University of being unfair toward part-time employees in a YouTube video, which was eventually shared on Twitter by former University football team players, Ray Rice and Khaseem Greene.
His business card reads Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg, professor at Yeshiva University and part-time lecturer in the Department of Communication at the University. Rosenberg recently learned he would not be teaching public speaking at the University this summer, a course he has taught for 23 years.
He thinks he lost his job over trivial arguments because his relationships within the department are unsteady.
Karen Novick, associate dean of the Department of Communication, said Rosenbergs case is a personnel issue and did not indicate whether enrollment levels were the exact issue.
Within the department as a whole I believe enrollments were down a little, Novick said.
But Rosenbergs dissatisfaction with the University is shared among part-time lecturers across departments.
#3 Apr 11, 2012
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