PSE "Open the Doors" Rally - 11:40 am start time
Today's PSE "Open the Doors" Rally is taking place in the CFA Meeting block. Please attend! Flyer with details attached to this post (click here).
Updated Details on CFA Elections
With the PSE Rally occurring in the CFA Meeting Block today, the nomination period for CFA Elections remains open, and CFA Elections for the August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016 period will occur at the next regularly scheduled General Membership meeting.
Afternoon Study Sessions - 1:30 through 5:30 pm
A range of study sessions activities related to Job Action are taking place this afternoon. Following the noon hour block “Open the Doors” Rally please take part in any of the following study session activities that fit within your teaching schedule. As a reminder, classes are not cancelled on Tuesday, April 7.
One on One Sessions with CFA Executive Members
1:30 – 3:30 Jaycee House - 1251 Lillooet Road
Just up the road and across the street from the main campus entrance on Purcell Way.
Strike Coordinator Rae Nickolichuk will be holding one on one session’s with any Strike Captains or faculty members with any questions, comments or ideas about picketing.
President Brent Calvert is available to meet one on one with any faculty, staff or students with questions, comments or ideas about job action.
Capilano University Senate Meeting – 4 pm Library 322
Effective institutional academic governance should be an important and well functioning component of every university. Senate meetings are open to the public and we encourage any interested faculty, staff, students or members of the public to attend any senate meeting. There is one occurring today at 4 pm.
Discover the Principles of Academic Freedom - Berkeley in the Sixties
5:30 pm Bosa Centre for Film & Animation Theatre
Come to a screening and discussion of Berkeley in the Sixties, an Academy Award© nominated feature-length documentary by Mark Kitchell (1990), about the principles of academic freedom. Chronicling the dramatic struggle for free speech waged on the University of California campus at Berkley in the early 1960s at the height of the Civil Rights movement in the U.S., a screening of the film’s first 40 minutes will be followed by a guided discussion of the documentary's themes.