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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 are extremely enthusiastic about the appointment, as we see in Dr. Weil a scholar, a teacher, and an executive officer who will bring vitality and vast experience to the position. Dr. Weil will find that our diverse and highly qualified members are excited by the prospect of working with her productively and collegially to fulfil the mandate of the School. We share with Dr. Weil an unshakeable belief in the importance of life-long learning, and we look forward to building a healthy and respectful working and teaching environment.
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Summer 2018 course posting
and application timeline
Please verify course postings in your hiring unit at your department’s website.
Courses may become available after the regular posting period (article 15.06). This kind of late posting has a very short period of two days only to apply for the course. Please check the website of your hiring unit regularly.
Course Posting and Application Procedure
(Article 15.04, 15.07, 16.01)
|Day:||1-15||5 working days||15 working days||Within 10 working days of|
|Course Posting||Application period continues||Department to send contracts||Employees to accept/reject contracts|
|APPLICATION PERIOD||RECEIVING CONTRACTS||REPLY TO CONTRACTS||Summer
|Feb 1-Feb 15
(latest posting date)
|Feb 16-Feb 22||Feb 23-Mar 15||Mar 16-Mar 29|
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 Fall 2017 term
- cumulative priority points
- list of courses that you taught in Fall 2017
- list of courses that you are qualified to teach (have TQRs – teaching qualification requirement – for)
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Training and retreat session for the Delegates Council, the Bargaining Committee and the Executive Committee at Fneeq. (December 2017)
- How To Access Minerva
- Where To Check Your TQRs‑EQEs
- How to maintain your priority points
- Updated priority points list
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