DID YOU KNOW?

This blog entry was actually posted on December 3, 2015.

This article is from WLUFA Advocate 1.1 October 2012.

While the term “CAS” serves its purpose for bargaining, most contract faculty prefer to use the term “contract academic faculty” rather than “contract academic staff”.

Not only does this differentiate contract faculty from the bargaining unit designated as “staff” at WLU, but – more importantly – it also aligns contractually-employed professors with their tenured and tenure-track colleagues with whom they share the professional duties of teaching, research and service at the university.

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