CUPFA 2012-2015 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT: OUT OF CONTRACT

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CUPFA – WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD A BETTER FUTURE

In Working Together to Build a Better Future full-time faculty and members of the upper administration talk about the unique qualities part-time faculty bring to the university and how we give meaning to applied pedagogy, whether through our teaching and research, or in our professional standing outside the University.
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‘THE CONCORDIAN’ LAUNCHES SERIES ON CUPFA MEMBERS

Today marks the launch of a series of in-depth articles featuring CUPFA members in the student newspaper the Concordian.   The series kicks off with a two-page spread on John Boulay, and highlights his passion for teaching in his chosen field of Exercise Science.  Read the article by clicking on the link: http://theconcordian.com/2017/01/healing-athletes-one-injury-at-a-time/

The Concordian is also launching a new radio show with CJLO this semester, which will be aired on Wednesdays at 8 a.m., starting January 18th.  They will be announcing the new series of profiles on CUPFA faculty at this time and talking with the editor who wrote the article on John Boulay.  Keep an eye out for the upcoming articles on part-time faculty, to be published weekly from now till the end of March.

John Boulay – Jan. 17th
Donna Nebenzahl – Jan. 24th
Wray Downes – Jan. 31st
Donato Totaro – Feb. 7th
Robert Soroka – Feb. 14th
Irene Feher – Feb. 28th
Sara Terreault – March 14th
Nelson Henricks – March 21st
Philip Szporer – March 28th 

You can find the Concordian in buildings across campus, or you can read it online at http://theconcordian.com

EXHIBITION “LE HASARD CONTENU: UNE CONVERSATION SUR LE PEINTURE ABSTRAIT” JANUARY 25TH – FEBRUARY 26TH, 2017

Part-time faculty member Brigitte Radecki’s work will be featured in an upcoming exhibition entitled, Le hasard contenu: une conversation sur la peinture abstraite.  The vernissage takes place on Wednesday January 25th, 2017 at 5pm.

When: Wednesday January 25th to February 26th, 2017
Times: Tuesday to Thursday 12 noon to 7pm
Friday to Sunday 12 noon to 5pm
Where: Maison de la culture Frontenac – Studio 1, 2550 rue Ontario Est, (derrière le métro Frontenac)
Information: Tel: 514-872-7882
Website: www.frontenac.accessculture.com

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CUPFA’S MICROLINK WORKSHOP “NARRATIVE THREADS” MONDAY JANUARY 16TH, 2017

Time: 1pm to 3pm on Monday January 16th, 2017
Location: EV building, room 6.735.  1515 Ste. Catherine West
Information: Lorraine Oades at locupfa@gmail.com

The following faculty will present their research:
Colleen Gray (History), Holly KIng (Painting and Drawing), Doina Lecca (Education), Patrick McDonagh (English), Susan Palmer (Religion)

The MicroLink workshops provide a forum for inter-faculty networking, where part-time faculty can exchange and develop research concerns while forging links within a larger community.  For each workshop, four to six part-time faculty members will give short presentations on their research/creation in order to share their ideas and receive engaged feedback from attendees.  All are welcome to attend.  Refreshments will be served.

LITTLE GIRL BLUE TO AIR ON CBC – DEC 26TH AT 11PM

Little Girl Blue, a 20 minute fiction film written, directed and produced by Concordia part-time professor Dan Babineau along with the aid of CUPFA’s Professional Development fund, will be part of CBC Television’s holiday lineup!  The film will screen on December 26th at 11 pm, followed by a short interview with Babineau, and behind the scenes footage showing some of the production which featured many students and graduates of Concordia’s Communication Studies and Mel Hoppenheim Film Production programs, as well as others from Champlain College where Dan is department coordinator of the Media Program.  The film will also be available across Canada on the CBC web platforms, accessible via cbc.ca.

Little Girl Blue tells the story of a young nurse on Christmas Eve, who experiences such a difficult day in the emergency room that she decides to quit her job.   But on her way home, an encounter with a pregnant homeless woman changes everything.

‘LABYRINTH WALK’ DECEMBER 5-9TH, 2016

Sarah Terrault, part-time faculty member, invites you on behalf of the Department of Theological Studies, Concordia University to “experience the relaxing refreshment of walking a scale model of the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth.”

When: Monday December 5, 2016 from 1pm-5pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Dec 6, 7, and 8, from 9am-5pm
Friday December 9th from 9am-12 noon
Where: Loyola Chapel, FC 110, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Information: 514-848-2424 ext 2475
Website: www.concordia.ca/artsci/theology.html

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