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The Communications committee is responsible for promoting public awareness of membership activities. The committee consists of:
The goal of the CBUFA Equity Committee is to achieve a working environment which strives for inclusiveness as well as social and economic fairness through recognition, respect, accountability, responsibility and representation for marginalized groups who may be excluded from full participation in the academy. These groups include but are not limited to Indigenous peoples; women; visible/racialized minorities; persons with disabilities; and those marginalized due to sexual orientation or gender identity. The CBUFA Equity Committee will seek to achieve this goal by monitoring equity issues, proposing policy changes, and undertaking appropriate initiatives on behalf of the CBUFA membership.
Committee members include:
Grievance & Arbitration
The committee shall consist of 5 members; the chair of the committee shall serve on the Executive Committee. Members will be elected at the AGM for a one-year term and are eligible for re-appointment. Committee members include:
Cyndie Glogowski – Chair
Addresses issues related to new and newly-tenured faculty.
Policy and Issues Committee
1. To promote awareness and communication within CBUFA concerning policies and issues of relevance to the membership – ranging from social justice and urgent actions to CAUT bulletins, Supreme Court decisions and equity issues updates.
2. To promote awareness and encourage action on issues of social justice and global citizenship. This could include a variety of activities including but not limited to:
(a) exploring options for ethical investment
(b) working with CBU’s green committee to promote sustainable practices amongst faculty (e.g. tips on the green office).
(c) working with relevant offices on campus to encourage sustainable and ethical practices at CBU.
3. To build links with other campuses and unions working on social justice issues. This could involve building partnerships and/or working with specific unions in the global South that face persecution/repression when promoting the rights of their members.
The committee consists of:
Probation, Promotion & Tenure
The Committee is established pursuant to Section 33.2 of the CBUFA Collective Agreement:
Composition: 33.2.1 The Committee comprises of two tenured faculty Members from each of the four Schools who shall be elected by the faculty Members at rank who are members of the bargaining unit and the Dean of Research and either one of the School Deans who holds a rank pursuant to this Agreement, selected by the Employer, or the Vice-President, Academic and Research.
School of Arts & Social Sciences
Assist. Prof. Joe Parish (2018-2020)
Assist. Prof. Sylvia Burrow (2021-2023)
Shannon School of Business
Prof. Robert Campbell (2020-2022)
School of Science & Technology
Associate Prof. Erin Robertson ( 2021-2022)
Professor Matthias Bierenstiel (2021-2023)
School of Education and Health
Associate Prof. Corrine McIsaac (2020-2022)
Professor Carolin Kreber (2021-2023)
Vice-President, Academic & Research
Tanya Brann-Barrett, PhD
Vice President Academic (Provost)
Richard MacKinnon, PhD
The Committee receives annual reports on the CBUFA Scholarship Fund and recommends the creation of, or increase in, bursaries and scholarships to the membership. Committee members include:
Association – Employer Relations Committee
A Collective Agreement committee whose mandate is to address issues related to the contract or not covered in the contract that are creating strains on the relationship. The CBUFA representative on this committee is:
The CBUFA representative on this committee is:
Health and Safety
John Hudec (Alternate)
ANSUT and CAUT
Adango Miadonye (Alternate)