Topic: Faculty associations

Lessons from the eye of the storm: Chakmagate and Western University

By Alison Hearn and Vanessa Brown

The controversy around presidential pay at Western proved to be a flashpoint for taking back control.

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Congress 2015: Challenges, opportunities for public sector unions facing austerity

By Brynne S-W

Austerity and precarity figured largely on the agenda at the Canadian Association of Work and Labour Studies conference this week at the Congress […]

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From Deference to Defiance: The evolution of Ontario faculty associations

By Craig Heron

Faculty associations are behaving more and more like unions, transforming labour relations at universities in Ontario.

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Neoliberalism and postsecondary education: A view from the colleges

By Kevin MacKay

Colleges are struggling with the same trends that threaten universities. By working together, college and university faculty can push back.

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Solidarity in the Ivory Tower

By Herbert Pimlott

The future of the university is … contingent?

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The Staying Power of Unions

By Trish Hennessy

Unions help build a fairer society for everyone – from factory workers to university professors.

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Faculty associations at the crossroads

By Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage

Faculty associations must increase their community and political engagement to navigate a challenging new era.

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OCUFA at 50

By Carol Anderson

Looking back at five decades of change, challenge, and growth in Ontario’s university sector.

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The bare feet of a couple who are in bed together

Collective Bargaining and Campus Bedrooms

By Aniko Varpalotai and Mike Dawes

University administration proposals dealing with personal relationships have had more to do with control over, and performance management of, faculty members than with concerns about equity and harassment.

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