WUFA News and Features
Work against sexual violence earns Canada Research Chair for UWindsor professor
UWindsor Professor Charlene Senn is the new Canada Research Chair in Sexual Violence, the Government of Canada announced.
Official Signing of Collective Agreement
Officials from the University and the faculty association met on March 20, 2018 for the official signing of the 2017-2021 collective agreement
WUFA Supports our Students
WUFA supports the Canadian Federation of Student's National Day of Action Feb 1, 2018, to protest the ever rising costs of tuition.
WUFA attends CAUT's 2017 Parliament Hill Day
On Thursday November 23, 2017, WUFA President, Dr. Jeff Noonan, and WUFA Administrative Officer, Ms. Debbie Noble, attended CAUT's 2017 Parliament Hill Day.
Resistance and Resilience: A Panel and Interactive Art Session
In response to hateful graffiti at the University of Windsor, SWDEAC coordinated a panel discussion and interactive art session that was held on October 26, 2017 in McPherson Lounge (Alumni Hall) from 4-6pm.
Fair Employment Week Event on Contract Academic Staff
WUFA's Sessional Committee hosted a "MAKE IT FAIR: A CAUT Fair Employment Week Event" booth in the CAW Centre.
Introducing SWDEAC Memo to Members
This year WUFA's Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee (SWDEAC) plans to send out a monthly memo to everyone that will provide details on upcoming events, initiatives, and updates related to equity.
2017-2021 Collective Agreement Ratified
The Ratification vote was held on September 19 and the results are as follows: 93% in favour
Ratification Vote 2017
The bargaining unit will hold a Ratification Meeting and Vote to accept or reject the terms of the tentative Collective Agreement, 2017-2021.
Tentative Agreement Reached
The Windsor University Faculty Association is pleased to announce that we have reached a tentative four-year agreement.
WUFA delivers 236 faculty letters to Wildeman
WUFA's President and VP Internal delivered 236 letters, signed by faculty members who are concerned by the lack of progress in contract negotiation talks, to University President, Alan Wildeman.