Dear Colleague, Please read the important message below. CUFA was alerted last week by colleagues over some confusion on the part of the Administration regarding the interpretation of Article 16.09 of our new Collective Agreement on workload for ETAs. CUFA promptly… Read More »
In order to provide a platform to discuss a very serious university issue, CUPFA is hosting a panel discussion on Sexual Misconduct, Consent, and the University Climate. Panelists, including women’s rights advocate and educator Julie Lalonde, constitutional and human rights attorney Julius Grey, and… Read More »
Student evaluations is a much debated issue in academia. This Chronicle of Higher Education article explores student biases, the connection between course ratings and grades and alternative ways to assess teaching effectiveness. You can also read it on CUFA’s Twitter account. The watershed arbitration ruling in the Ryerson… Read More »
The revision of the Concordia University Policy on Sexual Violence is ongoing. Faculty members and the Concordia community at large are offered two opportunities to provide feedback on drafts of the revised policy on sexual violence. These meetings will happen on:… Read More »
You recently received an email invitation to attend CUFA’s annual Cocktail on November 22 at 5:00 pm. If you haven’t done so already, please make sure to reply by November 16 at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Dear Members On November 22, 2018 CUFA will be hosting our annual cocktail. We look forward to having you join us for an enjoyable evening of food, drinks and conversation. In order to plan for this event, you will soon… Read More »
In view of the Provincial Elections taking place on October 1, the Administration and CUFA have agreed to postpone the deadline for submission of dossiers for Performance Evaluations (see article 14.14 c) of the Collective Agreement for tenured members and… Read More »
The 29th edition of the Concordia Shuffle is on September 28th. This 6.5 km walk from Sir Georges-William to Loyola Campus is to raise money to fund bursaries and scholarships for students. This year, CUFA will donate $1000 and an… Read More »