Workshops in honour of Fair Employment Week 2018

The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) & CUPE 3912 will host two workshops in honour of Fair Employment Week 2018.

 

The first workshop, How Networking Can Help us “Make It Fair” will be held on

Tuesday, October 30, in Program Room 301, Halifax Central Library, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

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CBUFA Collective Agreement – July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2019

The Collective Agreement between Cape Breton University Faculty Association (CBUFA) and the Board of Governors Cape Breton University was signed on March 10, 2017. The Agreement, effective 1 July 2016, will expire 30 June 2019.

CBUFA-2016-2019-Final

CBU CBUFA Ratify Collective Agreement

(Sydney, NS) – The CBU Board of Governors and CBU Faculty Association (CBUFA) have ratified the tentative agreement reached earlier this month. During a special meeting of the Board held Monday, February 13, the Board voted unanimously to accept the most recent proposal. The CBUFA held a membership vote over February 16 and . . . → Read More: CBU CBUFA Ratify Collective Agreement

Collective Agreement 2013-2016

The Collective Agreement between Cape Breton University Faculty Association (CBUFA) and the Board of Governors Cape Breton University was signed on March 19, 2014. The Agreement, effective 1 July 2013, will expire 30 June 2016.

CBUFA Collective Agreement – 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2016

 

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Building for the Future: Public Opinion on Post-Secondary Education in Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia Post-Secondary Education Coalition is comprised of the Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT), the Canadian Federation of Students-Nova Scotia (CFS-NS), and the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU). The Coalition brings together faculty, students, and staff concerned with the current state of post-secondary education in the province.

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AUCC/Access Copyright Model License Agreement — paying for more restraints

by Laura Syms — Mid-April, Access Copyright and the AUCC announced a negotiated model three-year copyright license for both print and digital formats. Universities that sign on will now pay Access Copyright a royalty of $26.00 per fte student annually. This royalty, up from $3.75 per fte in the previous agreement , now includes what . . . → Read More: AUCC/Access Copyright Model License Agreement — paying for more restraints

Joshing About the JOHS

If you do not know what the Joint Occupational Health and Safety committee(JOHS) is I would not be surprised. The JOHS is a joint employee/employer committee mandated by law to be established in work places. In January of 2010 the Cape Breton Faculty Association(CBUFA) pulled its members from this committee. I applaud this action . . . → Read More: Joshing About the JOHS

A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 3)

By Michael Manson System Restructuring There is little, if any, doubt that teaching and research are expensive activities to establish and maintain. The report concedes that point. But what it does not do is to examine the administrative costs of each institution – and that despite the detailed analysis of expenditures wherein salaries are discussed . . . → Read More: A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 3)

A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 2)

By Michael Manson Research, Technology Transfer, and Commercialization The section of the report that deals with research opens with what is at best a myopic statement: “the gains to society, at least those that can be quantified, from teaching accrue in large measure to those who receive it and only a portion of the benefits . . . → Read More: A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 2)

A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 1)

By Michael Manson I begin by stating that in what follows, I am speaking for myself alone. I do not assume that the executive of the CBUFAUT or any or all members of the Association subscribe to my views. I should also note that I have no expertise in economic matters, and while acknowledging that . . . → Read More: A Response to Tim O’Neill’s Report on the University System In Nova Scotia (Part 1)

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