Grouped here are organizations of McGill Staff Members formed for
professional or social purposes.
McGILL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS, 1942-1973
Formed in 1950, the M.A.U.T. is a staff association, representing the interests of McGill academic staff. It holds discussions with the University's administration on salaries, benefits, tenure procedures, and other questions.
Administrative Records, 1951-1973, 30 cm (c.1-c.3) RESTRICTED
One series of correspondence, reports, and newsclippings from other universities, government agencies, and the Canadian Association of University Teachers documents comparative teaching salaries. There are also briefs, memoranda, and reports on tenure, retirement, pension and life insurance. As well, there are minutes of meetings of the M.A.U.T. Council, 1951-1967; and M.A.U.T. correpondence, 1953-1966. There are also files on fringe benefits, grievances, and the C.A.U.T., and the brief to the Gordan Commission, 1956.
1. Newsletters, 1961-1972, 1 cm (c.2)
2. Did you Know?, 1971-1972, 1 cm (c.2)
This publication prepared by Prof. B. Haskel informed members of M.A.U.T.'s activities and services.
McGILL UNIVERSITY NON-ACADEMIC STAFF ASSOCIATION, 1973-
M.U.N.A.S.A. was founded in 1972 as a staff organization. Membership is optional and open to administrative staff and others who do not come under the categories of unionized employees or academic staff. M.U.N.A.S.A. conducts discussions with the administration on salaries, benefits, and working conditions. The organization also sponsors various social events for its members.
Constitution, 1973, 1 cm (c.3)
Preliminary draft of the M.U.N.A.S.A. constitution.
The MUNASAN 1974-Date, 10 cm (Printed Collection)
This newsletter contains articles on salary policies and other current issues as well as social events and peronel items.
NATIONAL UNION OF McGILL OFFICE TECHNICAL AND LIBRARY EMPLOYEES, 1975
N.U.M.O.T.L.E. was set up in 1975 as an organization representing the interests of technicians and library employees who did not have professional library degrees. The section it represented is now represented by M.U.N.A.S.A.
Newsletters, ca. 1975 (See Printed Collection)