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19.1 Faculty workload requirements are set forth in a faculty workload policyin the Faculty Handbook. If the AAUP-WSU believes that the assigned workload of one or more Members is inconsistent with specific provisions of that Policy or Agreements between the AAUP-WSU and the University, it shall have the sole right to submit the matter to an external arbitrator within thirty (30) days of receiving the Provostís response to an appeal from an individual Member or from the AAUP-WSU. The definition of days refers to the time limits established in 16.2.6. Procedures for such arbitration shall be in accordance with those specified in Sections 16.6-16.9.
The parties reached tentative agreement on this article, and they initialed the TA'd article on July 30, 2013.
Our team stated that the above article will probably be acceptable, provided workload discussions progress satisfactorily. It was noted that the section references might need to be changed.
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