CFA Headlines • February 4, 2015

Headlines to include


CFA to Trustees: ‘Get-a-move-on’ to implement Campus Equity Pay

FEB 4, 2015—In 2013 and in 2014, campus presidents have had the opportunity to address faculty salary problems through Campus Equity Pay Programs.

The salary problems vary by campus, depending on the particulars of hiring and other pay policies.


Retired Pomona campus prez ‘transitions’ to new life

Former Fresno president Welty is not the only past-CSU-campus-president to get well in excess of $200,000 for a year of “transitioning” to a new life.

In Welty’s case, it was a $223,000-salaried transition year so he can now teach a class at the Desert Sun satellite campus of CSU San Bernardino, where his wife is a dean, for a comely $149,000. 


CFA Treasurer honored by CTA

Susan Green, CFA Treasurer and long-time activist, is the winner of the 2015 California Teachers Association Cesar Chavez “Si Se Puede” Human Rights Award.

The award is given to an individual whose activities have helped to achieve significant progress on behalf of equal opportunity for Latinos/as.


Faculty Rights Tip of the Week: FERP Tip #1

Article 29 of our Collective Bargaining Agreement covers the Faculty Early Retirement Program. FERP allows tenured faculty members who are eligible for retirement to retire and continue teaching and performing normal faculty responsibilities for up to 50 percent of their regular time base. 

Faculty members may participate in the FERP program for up to five years. Faculty members who are considering participating should read Article 29.


Links of the week * February 4, 2015

CSU using more part-time faculty than full-time professors
Sacramento Bee