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Some days I feel overwhelmed

By Kimberly Ellis-Hale , Sociology. Some days I feel overwhelmed. Between students asking for support and understanding, Accessible Learning’s term-long student accommodation updates, Dean of Student’s requests for additional student-related consideration, and URGENT-student-related-notices, I very rarely feel that I have … Continue reading

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RLACs: 24/7

Clayton McCort, Associate Director, Residence Life. While Residence Life Area Coordinators (RLACs) are responsible for the day-to-day operational supervision of their assigned residence buildings and enhancing the living and learning environment for students living in residence, they also play a … Continue reading

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WLUFA supports CUPE strikers!

(Speech delivered to the CUPE rally on Dec. 3, 2015, by WLUFA President Michele Kramer.) The slogan on the CUPE buttons says it all—universities work because we do. This is true for all of us who are gathered here today. It … Continue reading

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News From Your Faculty Liaison Officers…

This blog entry was actually posted on December 3, 2015. This article is from WLUFA Advocate 1.1 October 2012. Judith Fletcher Full-time Faculty Liaison These are historic times for collective bargaining units in Canada: as resources shrink, unions will have … Continue reading

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