CFA HEADLINES • August 26, 2020


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CFA Welcomes New Faculty to the CSU System

Are you new to the CSU faculty? We could not be more excited for you to join us!


AB 1460, the True Ethnic Studies Requirement, Now the Law of California; Work Still Remains

In Fall of 1969, the nation’s first College of Ethnic Studies was established at San Francisco State University (SFSU).


CFA Kicks off Fall 2020 Semester with Virtual Gathering, Anti-Racism Social Justice Progress

On a majority of CSU campuses, fall semester began on Monday. For others, the new year started last week or is set to start within the coming weeks. CFA highlighted the start of the 2020-21 school year this past weekend.


In Other News

CFA, SEIU OFFERS FIRE RESOURCES TO MEMBERS AFFECTED BY STATEWIDE FIRES: Hundreds of wildfires are ravaging throughout California, and we again find ourselves as a union with our minds and hearts focused on our fellow CSU colleagues and CFA siblings across the state who are affected by these fires, smoke, and air quality issues.


Faculty Rights Tip of the Week
Get Acquainted with Your Evaluation Criteria & Procedures, and Your Coronavirus-Related Specific Campus Agreements

With the start of a new academic year, this faculty rights tip pertains to all faculty including coaches, counselors, librarians, lecturers, probationary, and tenured faculty.


Links of the Week

A Ballot Prop That Could Boost Racial Equity among University Faculty
Come November, California voters will determine the fate of affirmative action… again. What they decide will have a huge impact on higher education.