Each of us can, within your circle of influence, take an active role in the process of change
that reshapes our organizations to better meet the needs of all learners.
For decades, shared governance has been at the heart of how universities run.
In fact, university boards are typically mandated by law to include relevant stakeholders (academic staff, administrators, students and members of the public) in their decision-making process. Watch the video! https://youtu.be/gvZcFB0RxAE
The Welcoming Ceremony.
Fair Employment Week is October 7 to 11, 2019. CAUT members across Canada are hosting events on campus to support fair treatment of all academic staff.
I express my support to those who stand for the fair treatment of all academic staff regardless of employment status. All professors should receive fair compensation for teaching, research and service.
Each year, thousands of academics are hired on precarious contracts with poor working conditions. We can do better.
Make it fair.
Will you sign? go to: http://makeitfair.caut.ca/pledge
1) Applications for Summer 2019 John Wilson Awards - are open until July 15, 2019.
Applications for the Summer 2019 John Wilson Award are open until the final add/drop period of the second summer term.. Please see the Forms tab on this site for details. All applications will be processed beginning July 16, 2019.
2) May 2, 2019 AGM highlight(s)!
i) David Kirk (Capilano University First Nations Advisor) presented, to the members in attendance, a history and overview of indigenization in the lower mainland and at Capilano University. For further details please see David Kirk's PowerPoint.
3) Ki Wight (CFA, incoming Executive Member: Equity) wanted to share the result of report released jointly by the CSU and Capilano University. For further details please visit the link to the Gender Diversity Audit of Capilano University.
The CFA AGM is May 2nd, 2019 at 8:30 am - 1:30 pm in LB 322
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the best way to wrap the 2018-19 academic year, and contribute toward goals and faculty direction for 2019-2020! Important motions on equity, support for indigenization activities, and a "decorated" faculty keynote speaker are just part of the agenda that concludes with a relaxing faculty lunch with colleagues! The AGM RSVP notification is out there, email your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org now if you haven't already done so!
The Capilano University Faculty Association's General Membership meeting taking place on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 features the election of the executive team for the next academic year: August 1, 2019, to July 31, 2020.
Date April 2, 2019
Time: 11:40 am - 12:50 pm
Nomination forms are available to all faculty on this site. Deadline to submit completed nomination forms is March 26, 2019 @ 4pm.
Join artists Marcus Bowcott and Helene Aspinall for a lively illustrated lecture as they
share the story behind the creation of the monumental public art installation, Trans Am
Totem. Gain insight into their creative process and the complexities of creating public
art. Trans Am Totem, composed of five real scrap cars stacked upon an old growth
cedar tree, was installed in Vancouver as part of the Biennale in 2015.
Cost: $15 | Course #55958
Location: Ferry Building 1414 Argyle Ave. W. Vancouver
Date: Thursday, March 21, 7–9 p.m.
Register at 604-925-7270 or activewestvanrec.ca
By the numbers / The changing status of women in Canada's universities