CUEFA : Welcome

CUE Faculty feature in EPL's "On the Edge" Speaker Series

EPL On Community of Learners

Dr. Holli-Anne Passmore

The tree at the bus stop: The importance of nearby nature to individual and social wellbeing
June 27, 2002. 7pm - 8:30pm | Register here!

Dr. Elizabeth Coker-Farrell

How Covid-19 has Impacted the Human Resources Management System in North America
May 26, 2002 | Watch the recording here!

Spotlight on Dr. Teresa Ann Fowler

The Conversation recently published this important essay by Dr. Teresa Ann Fowler, "Y'all are coming at this like we're racists": How 'Survivor' highlights the pulse of socializtion'. In this commentary, Dr. Fowler discusses how Survivor contestants are grappling with the ways in which social constructions of identity bleed into the game, like race. Her discussion of Critical Race Theory and implicit bias and racisim is enlightening. She makes a call to open up spaces for conversations about racism, about whiteness, about race with white people listening. 2.0

Our vision for the website is an information resource and a community portal. We also aim for to become an additional resource for all things CUE (in combination with CUE's web). Where resources on this site overlap other sites, we'll try, at least, to offer a fresh perspective.

We're developing a team of gatherers, compilers, contributors, and code-writers. It's an ongoing project—but here's what you will find on this portal now:

ABOUT: all sorts of information about CUEFA—people, history, bylaws, current issues.

ACTION: news and reports, media releases and reports, current issues, advocacy and activism.

COMMUNITY: connection points for students, faculty, sessionals, local community-at-large, and even the Admin and Board. We are now collecting faculty and sessional member profiles for the page. (Check that section out for the form to contribute your profile.) Lots more to come; plenty of room to grow.

REPORTS: reports from the CUEFA Representative on the Board of Governors, and reports from CUEFA's various teams, working groups, and committees.

BARGAINING: current and past Collective Agreements, plus the archive of everything related to bargaining/2021-2022 and the strike. Over the long-term, we see private virtual spaces for raising and discussing collective issues. And more.

CUE: the University's identity and history, governance, who's who, committees and contacts, as well as events, research info, and notices. In this section we focus on supplementing, complementing, and helping to spread information found on CUE's institutional website.

BLOGS: nothing to see yet, but we're gathering material, thinking about frameworks, and in the future will post a call for contributors.

The communication loop

CUEFA 'all things CUE' information list

Timely and factual information is the root of building community.

The CUE community is students, faculty, sessional instructors, staff, and the community at large.

If you are part of the CUE community, please sign up for our "All Things CUE" e-list, and we'll share regular updates on All Things CUE.

Stay connected and informed because We Are All CUE!

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