Monthly Archives: November 2020

Board of Governors Faculty Activation

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Hello Everyone: At the recent AGM we discussed the need for faculty voices to be heard by the Board of Governors (BoG).  Recently the BoG approved the 2020/21 operating budget and commissioned an external third party review of our fiscal situation.  OCAD U is at a crossroads, poised to make radical changes because of fiscal   …Continue Reading

Coffee Break with OCADFA’s new Executive Director Graeme Reniers

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Tuesday November 17, 2020. 10 to 11 AM via Microsoft Teams – OCADFA members have been sent an invitation. For the first time in 55 years OCADFA has introduced a new staff position: Executive Director.  We’ve hired Graeme Reniers for his experience as a labour relations advocate in the academic sector and his passion as   …Continue Reading

Message from Nominations Committee – Election Results

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Dear OCADFA members, We are happy to announce the election results for 2020 OCADFA Board of Directors. The following have been nominated for the two Director-at-large positions (term ending in 2023): Richard Hunt Mary Eileen Wennekers We wish the newly elected Board members a successful tenure. If you would like to see the current makeup   …Continue Reading

Graeme Reniers hired as new OCADFA Executive Director

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OCADFA is pleased to announce Graeme Reniers is our new Executive Director.  Graeme is a labour relations expert with a passionate commitment to defending high quality post-secondary education & scholarship, and experience advancing the interests of education and cultural workers.   Click here to download the full announcement.

OCUFA province wide survey on COVID working conditions impact for faculty

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Hello, Please take the time to fill out OCUFA’s province-wide survey on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic . We need the data to back the anecdotal evidence that is broadly shared: COVID has increased workload and has had a disproportionate effect on faculty and education workers have were already precarious. Mounting a fight back relies on   …Continue Reading

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