Faculty Rights Tip: A Review of the Spring 2022 Term’s Tips
As the Spring 2022 term winds down and we head into summer, we offer a recap of the Faculty Rights Tips we have offered over the last few months.
Most are standard tips about the rights and protections that comprise our new 2022-2024 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), while others are specific to the historical moment we are living through, which includes a global pandemic that has transformed the experience of our working lives and administrative failures with regard to discrimination and sexual harassment in the CSU. Especially in these times, our new and improved CBA remains a vital tool in the protection of our rights, and in our continual pursuit of respect and justice.
The following links will take you to our Spring 2022 Faculty Rights Tips:
January 26, 2022: Acquaint Yourself with Evaluation Criteria & Procedures, and Your Coronavirus-Related Specific Campus Agreements
February 2, 2022: Writing Rebuttals to Evaluations
February 9, 2022: What to Do When You Want to Report Discrimination, Harassment, or Retaliation
February 16, 2022: Lecturers on Approved Leave Without Pay Maintain Their Entitlement
February 23, 2022: Thinking about Retirement? Know Your Rights to the FERP and PRTB Programs
March 2, 2022: Workload for Counselors and Evaluation Criteria for Faculty
March 9, 2022: Pathways to the Tenure Line for Lecturers in the New Collective Bargaining Agreement
March 16, 2022: SB 114 Offers Faculty Supplemental Paid Sick Leave
March 23, 2022: What Does the Recognition of Cultural Taxation in Our Workload Article Mean?
March 30, 2022: Seven Weeks to Grieve: Expanded Timelines within the Grievance Process under our New CBA
April 6, 2022: Lecturers and Work Assignment During the Year
April 20, 2022: Who Owns My Electronic Materials?
May 4, 2022: June Deadline for Notification of Tenure and/or Promotion
Please be in contact with your CFA Faculty Rights representative if you feel your rights are not being upheld.
- Browse the faculty contract here.
- See an archive of Faculty Rights Tips.
- If you have questions about a faculty rights tip or would like to suggest a tip, please write us with the subject line “Faculty Rights Tip.”