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Principal Suzanne Fortier
AVP Yves Beauchamp, Tariq Nizami, Eric Maldoff, member of Board of Governors, Finance Committee
Mme. Hélène David, Minister responsible for Higher Education, and Jeanette Wong
Sean Murphy, Robert Saggers, Ken Matziorinis, Raad Jassim, Garrfield Du Couturier‑Nichol
Congratulations on the reappointment of the Dean of Engineering
MCLIU congratulates Professor Jim Nicell on his reappointment as Dean of the Faculty of Engineering. We look forward to working with him in future and wish him all success in his second term.
MCLIU welcome the new Dean of School of Continuing Studies
On behalf of the McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU), I extend a warm welcome to Dr. Carola Weil, the new Dean of McGill’s School of Continuing Studies. We look forward to building a healthy and respectful working and teaching environment.
The following information is listed to the best of our knowledge. Individual hiring units might change the way they post without advising the union or Human Resources.
Course posting and application timeline Fall 2018
|Day:||1-15||5 working days||15 working days||10 working days|
|Course Posting||Application period continues||Department to send contracts||Employees to accept/reject contracts|
|APPLICATION PERIOD||RECEIVING CONTRACTS||REPLY TO CONTRACTS|
|Fall 2018:||June 1-June 15||June 16-June 22||June 23-July 13||June 23-July 27|
Last day to post for Fall semester courses is June 1.
Please note that courses could be posted one semester in advance, e.g. The Fall postings may included courses in Winter. Apply to all the courses you are interested immediately when they are posted.
Updated Priority Points list and your Teaching Qualification Requirement (TQRs) – (Article 14.04 and 14.09)
What you need to do:
Go to your department’s website, verify that the priority points list has been updated in due time and your name appears with accurate information about your points and courses you are eligible to teach.
- priority points that you accumulated during the Winter 2018 term
- cumulative priority points
- list of courses that you taught in Winter 2018
- list of courses that you are qualified to teach (have TQRs – teaching qualification requirement – for)
Negotiation Update No 2
July 10, 2018
As part of their ongoing collective agreement negotiations, the McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU) and McGill University met on June 26, 27, and 28, as well as July 6.
On June 26, the parties completed the submission of their respective non-monetary proposals and discussed various aspects of the negotiation process, including the order in which topics will be addressed. They also confirmed meeting dates on July 6 and August 30 and 31.
On June 27 and 28, the parties explained their respective proposals relative to the allocation of courses and more specifically article 15.03, and agreed to discuss this further on August 30 and 31. At that time, the parties will explore the pros and cons of various potential solutions with the aim of arriving at a mutually agreeable conclusion.
On July 6, the parties discussed proposed modifications to the articles on: Harassment and Intimidation; Disciplinary Measures; and Health, Safety and Environment. Agreements were reached on the first two items, with additional discussion required on the third.
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