CFA Headlines • September 9, 2015

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Faculty, students to CSU Trustees: Awards, accolades don’t pay the bills

Award-winning faculty and three of their students converged on the CSU Trustees’ meeting Tuesday to urge Chancellor White and his administration to pay faculty fair salaries.


Trustees’ priorities, discussion of exec salaries draws ire from faculty

CSU Trustees spent about an hour discussing executive compensation at their meeting Wednesday morning, once again focusing on the paychecks of a few while ignoring the salary problems plaguing thousands.


Gov. Brown signs legislation curbing supplanting in the CSU

A CFA-sponsored bill to prevent the CSU from becoming a two-tier education system based on ability to pay was signed into law by the governor late last week.


CFA chapters holding events, actions statewide

CFA Chapters at Channel Islands, Dominguez Hills, Fresno, Fullerton, Monterey Bay, San Diego, San Francisco and San Luis Obispo are holding events and actions in the coming week to educate faculty about our Fight for Five.

Click here to view a listing of events by campus


Faculty Rights Tip of the Week: Weingarten Rights

Have you ever been called in to a meeting with a campus administrator and, once in that meeting, realized that they were conducting an investigation about your alleged conduct or asking questions that could result in your being disciplined?  


Links of the Week

Former San Jose State president in line for $261,000 benefit
San Jose Mercury News
He’s headed to Afghanistan after resigning his controversial stint as San Jose State president, but the state university system plans to keep paying Mohammad Qayoumi, to the tune of $261,000 over the next year.