Table of Contents 1) APUO Lead up to Collective Bargaining Lunch In preparation for the round of collective bargaining scheduled to get underway in Winter 2024, the APUO is... read more
Welcome to the APUO!
Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa
APUO OFFICE HOURS
Our office is located at 1 Nicholas Street, suite 1204.
The office is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30am to 4:00pm.
Welcome to APUO
The Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa (APUO) is a professional association and certified union, bargaining and representing 1,311 full-time professors, librarians, language teachers, and Continuing Special Appointments Professors (CSAP). The general objective of the Association is to promote the interests and welfare of its members through collective bargaining and other appropriate means.
In February 2023, the APUO published our analysis of uOttawa’s financial situation. Members will recall that in this document we challenged both the Central Administration’s... read more
Dear members, The results of the ratification vote for the Memorandum of Understanding on Bill 124 are as follows: 711 IN FAVOUR and 10 AGAINST. As such, the Memorandum... read more
Office Reopening - Screening Questionnaire
As per the APUO COVID-19 Workplace Safety Plan, all workers, supervisors and guests accessing the office must complete the self-assessment questionnaire and may only enter after passing the Self-Assessment. Please complete the self-assessment questionnaire and share your results with email@example.com before travelling to the APUO’s office.
Letters of Understanding – COVID-19
The APUO has successfully signed Letters of Understanding (LOUs) with the Central Administration to protect the interests of its members during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the LOUs currently in effect:
- the use of the PER for retiring members during the COVID-19 period
- promotion and tenure, and continuing appointment procedures during the COVID-19 period
- COVID-19 Performance Assessment of Members
- COVID-19 Impact on Course Development and Delivery
- student evaluation of teaching during the COVID-19 period
Letter of Understanding for the Fall 2021 term: