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Petition Against UC Academic Senate Proposal on the Role of Graduate Student Instructors

43 Signatures Goal: 100

Assembly of the Academic Senate Academic Council 1111 Franklin Street, 12thFloor Oakland, CA 94607-5200 Dear System-wide Senate Committee Chairs, We, as graduate students of the University of California Davis, submit to you this formal letter of protest against the Proposal on the Role of Graduate Students in University Instruction, submitted to the UC Academic Senate by the University-wide Committee on Educational Policy (UCEP) and the Coordinating Council on Graduate Affairs (CCGA). For a multiplicity of reasons, we find this proposal unacceptable for the continued positive experience of graduate students and the working relationships between graduate students and faculty in the UC system. First, the demotion of graduate student instructors from

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Graduate Sociology Students Association UC Davis

Links

The original draft proposal may be found here: http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/senate/underreview/grad.std.instr.0806.pdf

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    Sarah Ovink Canada
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    Mindy Romero United States
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    Eric Silva United States
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    Julie Setele United States
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    Samorn Selim United States
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    john kincaid United States
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    Nathaniel Freiburger United States
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    Le Phan United States
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    Marian Negoita United States
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    Jesse Rude United States
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    Tarone Bittner United States
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    tim gutierrez United States
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    Cassie Hartzog United States
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    Matthew R. Keller United States
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    Sarah Augusto United States
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