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200 participants maximum
Who does this symposium aim to reach?
College and university associations, executives of education institutions, students, community organizations, government officials, teachers and researchers with an interest in taking collective action.
A bilingual, diversified schedule focused on dialogue
The symposium will feature an opening panel with 5 conferences, 8 workshops, a World Café activity and a scientific poster and booths session. Researchers, students, community practice organization and student associations from 6 Canadian provinces will share their knowledge. Some workshops will be offered in French and some in English; a simultaneous translation will be available for the opening panel and some workshops.
CO-ORGANISATION: Équipe ESSIMU (Manon Bergeron, UQAM) et Équipe IMPACTS (Shaheen Shariff, Université McGill)
SOUTIEN FINANCIER : Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines, ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, Condition féminine Canada
Manon Bergeron et le Comité de coordination / Coordination committee
Attended by special guests: Mr. Ram Panda, Chair of Board of Governors; Mr. Yves Beauchamp, VP Administration and Finance; Sylvain Marois, Vice-président regroupement université Fédération nationale des enseignantes et enseignants du Québec (FNEEQ-CSN) and other Presidents of Course Lecturers Unions in Québec: Christine Gauthier, Pierre Verge and Robert Soroka.
Notice of the Annual General Assembly – December 8, 2017
The Executive Committee of MCLIU is calling for an Annual General Assembly where elections for Executive Committee will also take place.
Date: Friday, December 8, 2017
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
Location: Senate room, Leacock 232
Items on the Agenda:
1. Modifications to the Constitution
2. Election of Executive Committee
3. Bargaining committee update
The following positions are open for nomination:
Communication and Mobilization Officer
The nomination form can be found here.
Deadline for nomination is Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at noon.
The incumbents running are:
President – Raad Jassim
Vice President – Ahmad Munir
Grievance Officer – Nick Papatheodorakos
Communication and Mobilization Officer – Jeanette Wong
Budget Officer – Tariq Nizami
You can participate till December 15, 2017.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) is undertaking the first ever national study on the experiences of contract academic staff. If you taught in the 2016-2017 academic year in a non-permanent position, please fill out the survey by December 15. The survey will gather data on a range of objective qualities of contract positions, such as wages, hours of work, office space, and teaching loads, as well as on the experiences of a contract academic.
The survey consists of approximately 60 questions—some multiple-choice and some open-ended—that should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. It will be open until December 15, 2017. The survey can be accessed at survey.caut.ca.
Additional information on the study, data protection, confidentiality, and risks of participation is accessible via a linked Informed Consent document in the survey’s introduction.
If you have any questions, please contact the lead researcher, Dr. Karen Foster at 902-494-6751 or Karen.Foster@dal.ca (email is most reliable).
This research will help strengthen local and collective efforts to win fairness for contract academic staff.