On November 8, 2023, WUFA held a Speaker Series Session - WUFA 101. Members of the WUFA Executive Committee shared the relevance of a Faculty/Librarian union in an academic setting and discussed the services WUFA offers its membership.
Bill 26, Guest Speaker Leslie Jermyn
On August 30, 2023, WUFA held a Speaker Series Session regarding Bill 26 featuring guest speaker Leslie Jermyn, Executive Director of the Queen's University Faculty Association. The presentation focused on various concerns and issues surrounding Bill 26, namely NDAs, payouts (and complications for survivors) and potential procedural flaws.
Impact of Bill 124, Guest Speaker Kimiko Inouye
On June 21, 2023, WUFA held a Speaker Series Session regarding the impact of Bill 124 featuring Kimiko Inouye of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA).
SET, Guest Speaker Prof. Deborah Gray
On March 7, 2023, WUFA held a Speaker Series Session on what labour unions can do to find ways of moving beyond SET scores featuring Professor Deborah Gray of Central Michigan University.
SET, Guest Speaker Prof. Philip B. Stark
On February 28, 2023, WUFA held a Speaker Series Session on the limitations of relying on SET scores featuring Professor Philip B. Stark of the University of California Berkeley.
On October 6, 2022 WUFA held a Speaker Series Session on Academic Freedom featuring Professor James Turk of Toronto Metropolitan University.
The Laws and Regulations that Govern Ontario Labour Unions
On August 16, 2022 there was a WUFA Summer Speakers' Series Session that featured Laurie Kent and David Ragni of the Koskie Minsky Law Firm to address the basics of the legal rubrics that labour unions in Ontario operate under and how this relates to the duties that they owe to their membership.
The University of Windsor Pension Plan vs. The University Pension Plan
On Wednesday July 20, 2022 there was a WUFA Summer Speakers' Series session held over MS Teams to provide members with information on the University Pension Plan (UPP) that has recently commenced operations in the province.