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AAUP-TNS

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AAUP-TNS works to advance the mission of the AAUP through advocacy and organizing for faculty and other academic professionals at The New School.

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Become a financial contributor.

Financial Contributions

Recurring contribution

For $6.00 monthly, you can support one part-time faculty member's monthly dues to AAUP. Read more

Starts at$6 USD / month

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Shared Governance Benefactor

These donations will support part-time faculty memberships, website maintenance, chapter bank fees, and other costs.

Starts at$20 USD / month

Goal

For this one time donation, you can support two part-time faculty members' monthly dues to AAUP for one year. Read more

$280.35 USD of $1,450 USD raised (19%)

$145 USD

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Goal

For this one-time donation, you can support five part-time faculty members' monthly dues to AAUP for one year. Read more

$0.00 USD of $3,600 USD raised (0%)

$360 USD

Custom contribution
Donation
Make a custom one-time or recurring contribution.

Top financial contributors

1
Jurgen von Mahs

$145 USD since Mar 2022

2
Charles Allison

$145 USD since Apr 2022

3
Julie Napolin

$54 USD since Dec 2021

4
Guest

$42 USD since Feb 2022

5
Tanya Kalmanovitch

$42 USD since Feb 2022

6
Josh Scannell

$42 USD since Mar 2022

7
Rachel Heiman

$42 USD since Mar 2022

AAUP-TNS is all of us

Our contributors 8

Thank you for supporting AAUP-TNS.

Julie Napolin

Admin

$54 USD

Jurgen von Mahs

Faculty Ally

$145 USD

Charles Allison

Faculty Ally

$145 USD

Guest

Advocate

$42 USD

Tanya Kalmano...

Advocate

$42 USD

Josh Scannell

Advocate

$42 USD

Rachel Heiman

Advocate

$42 USD

Budget


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Monthly financial contribution to AAUP-TNS (Advocate)

Credit from Tanya Kalmanovitch to AAUP-TNS

+$6.00USD
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Monthly financial contribution to AAUP-TNS (Advocate)

Credit from Julie Napolin to AAUP-TNS

+$6.00USD
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Monthly financial contribution to AAUP-TNS (Advocate)

Credit from Rachel Heiman to AAUP-TNS

+$6.00USD
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Today’s balance

$484.12 USD

Total income

$484.12 USD

Total disbursed

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Estimated annual budget

$683.55 USD

About


In the absence of chapter dues and in recognition of the financial hardship of contingent faculty, the Leadership Council of the AAUP-TNS founded this Membership Fund. The AAUP-TNS does not currently require chapter dues, so members only pay dues to the national AAUP organization. Donations to the Membership Fund help contingent faculty and others who take on teaching roles at The New School pay dues to the AAUP national organization and thus become members of our local AAUP-TNS chapter. Donations also support our chapter's monthly bank fee, necessary to the disbursement of funds, and our website's annual maintenance fee.  You can read about the fundamental tenets of the AAUP-TNS on our website. Lapsed AAUP-TNS members who are not in need of support, please don't forget to renew annually here. Please note: contrary to the December 2020 member announcement, donations to the Membership Fund are not tax-deducible at this time. Dues are tax-deductible professional expenses, AAUP being at the national level a 501(c)3 organization.

The Open Collective is a transparent system that allows users to see how money is being spent. It works on a reimbursement basis, where users submit receipts. If you are a contingent faculty or staff member in a teaching role at the New School and want to inquire about support from the Membership Fund, please contact us through this site or email us at aauptns@gmail.com. Eligible AAUP-TNS members include part-time faculty, staff members in teaching roles, graduate student workers, librarians, Maker Center staff, etc. If you're unsure of your eligibility for AAUP-TNS membership, feel free to reach out or go to the Membership FAQ. Unfortunately, the Membership Fund does not support full-time workers at TNS.

If you are a New School community member in need of financial assistance due to COVID-19, reduced employment, or voluntary separation, or if you are interested in supporting those community members, please go to The New School Mutual Aid Collective site for more information.    

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