CFA Special Headlines • July 20, 2017

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Cal State Fullerton lecturer reinstated, CFA urges administration to protect academic freedom

A Cal State Fullerton lecturer will be returning to campus this fall after CFA successfully fought his termination following accusations that he had assaulted students at a counter protest.


CFA signals plan to fight for better faculty salaries, fair workload, quality of life on the job

Bargaining over the full successor faculty contract will be underway in coming months, with salary, workload, faculty hiring and appointments and quality of life on the job among key focal points of our negotiations.


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First Look: Suspended California instructor to keep his job
The California Faculty Association will announce today that Eric Canin, an anthropology lecturer at California State University, Fullerton, who got into an altercation with a group of College Republicans during a campus demonstration in February, will keep his job, Morning Education has learned.