Here’s the latest issue: https://advocatewlufa.wordpress.com/2015/11/26/wlufa-advocate-4-4-november-2015/
Hello Colleagues, Following on the heels of last year’s successful end of term venting/strategizing/solidarity session, I invite you to attend this year’s teaching-related session entitled: “Experiments in Teaching While Feminist.” This session will provide an opportunity to talk about the challenges of teaching as a feminist, teaching feminist content, or even identifying as a woman who teaches. I’m hoping we can populate of list of tactics that each of us uses to[…]
Here’s the latest issue: https://advocatewlufa.wordpress.com/
Memorandum 15:35 Date: November 4, 2015 To: Presidents and administrative officers, Local, provincial and federated associations From: David Robinson, Executive Director Subject: Urgent Appeal: CAUT Refugee Foundation The current Syrian refugee crisis has prompted the Executive Committee to reactivate the CAUT Refugee Foundation. The Foundation was[…]
Sent on behalf of Michele Kramer, WLUFA President Dear Colleagues, As you may or may not know, the Nipissing University Faculty Association is currently on strike. As is generally the case in recent faculty negotiations, money is the least of their worries. They face an administration that is bent on shaving away the regular faculty[…]
Sent on behalf of Michele Kramer, WLUFA President According to the CAS Collective Agreement, Article 19.2.4: “The Parties agree that courses taught by Members and by full-time faculty shall be evaluated by the same teaching evaluation form(s). Should the Parties agree to modifications in the teaching evaluation forms under Article 31 of the full-time collective[…]
Please note that the room has changed for the WLUFA President’s Open Door Today. Michele will be in SCJ 210 from 10 – 3:30 today. Please drop in!!!