Headline

December 2009

Issues of the CFA Headlines weekly newsletter from December 2009

CFA Headlines December 1, 2009 (pdf)

  1. IN FOCUS

    1. New white paper examines the implications of academic restructuring
  2. CSU BUDGET

    1. Join the “e-march” for CSU funding
    2. State Dems pass resolutions supporting full funding for higher ed
  3. Saving CSU Dominguez Hills

    1. New AAUP study analyzes Dom Hills cash flow
    2. Two more lawmakers voice their opposition to restructuring
  4. OTHER CAMPUS NEWs

    1. Stanislaus faculty pass vote of “no confidence” on president
    2. Attorney General to investigate Sonoma foundation loans
  5. LINKS OF THE WEEK

  6. Upcoming Events

CFA Headlines December 8, 2009 (pdf)

  1. In Focus

    1. Globetrotting CSU exec misspent $152,000 in university money
  2. campus Restructuring

    1. “Deliverology:” Destruction of the CSU by another name?
    2. White paper examines implications of restructuring
    3. Stanislaus students, faculty protest at campus president’s house
    4. Dom Hills eases the push to restructure
  3. CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT

    1. Chancellor’s Office to campuses: Pay for our mistakes
  4. THE FUTURE OF THE CSU

    1. Participate in the E-march for educational funding
    2. Legislature kicks off hearings on Master Plan
    3. CFA to participate in March 4th day of action
    4. AB 656 supporters near 30,000! Join them today
  5. Links Of The Week

  6. Upcoming Events

CFA Headlines December 15, 2009 (pdf)

  1. In Focus

    1.  Save the date for March 4th day of action
  2. CAMPUS RESTRUCTURING

    1. Stanislaus students, faculty fight back against restructuring
    2. New management data reveals increase in average salary, decrease in numbers
    3. Have you read the white paper on restructuring yet?
  3. THE FUTURE OF THE CSU

    1. Budget cuts enter new frontier as FERPer receives layoff notice at Bakersfield
    2. Act now to protect public education by joining the E-March
    3. Hearing set on Chancellor’s $31m giveback
    4. SF students occupy building to protest budget cuts, fee hikes
  4. Links Of The Week

  5. Upcoming Events