I’ve just been informed that UO is now changing their reporting cycle so that it ends on Sept 31. And rather than make the August report now, IR is going to delay reporting anything until sometime in October. This means that the data on the stipends that UO administrators have been receiving over the summer will not be public until after the administration’s bargaining with the faculty over salary has likely concluded. How convenient.
9/4/2013 update: Thanks friends, we’ve got this $239.85 covered now. Any University of Nike t-shirt royalties through this weekend go to the suddenly depleted Glenlivet 15 fund – or Randy Geller, depending on the outcome of the bargaining session on Intellectual Property. Friday at 9AM, 122 Knight Library.
|9/4/2013: Wondering how much our central administrators are now making, and how many of them there now are? Me too, but Dave Hubin’s public records office says:
The office estimates the actual cost of responding to your request to be $239.85. Upon receipt of a check made payable to the University of Oregon for that amount, the office will proceed to locate, copy, and provide the records you have requested that are not exempt from disclosure.
Make a contribution below, or get your University of Nike T-shirt here - $4 from every shirt goes towards buying UO’s public records, and making them public: