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Welcome to NUFA

Welcome to the Nipissing University Faculty Association (NUFA) website. We represent 180 full-time faculty and approximately 200 part-time Members per term.

We are organized into two bargaining units, the Full-time Academic Staff Bargaining Unit (FASBU) and the Contract Academic Staff Bargaining Unit (CASBU) which consists of part-time faculty teaching both on-campus and online and teaching in Indigenous Education Programs, ABQ courses, as Clinical Instructors, Practical Instructors, and Course Facilitators. We negotiate separate collective agreements but share a common finance and grievance system.

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News & Events

Scholar Strike – Virtual Sit-In

On September 9 and 10, academics in Canada are planning to pause their regular teaching and administrative duties to participate in activities and actions to protest racism and police violence. In particular, scholars across Canadian universities are organizing a series of virtual teach-ins. NUFA would like to host our own virtual teach-in on Thursday September 10th and we are looking for faculty

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NUFA In Solidarity – Black Lives Matter

To acknowledge the ongoing issues of systemic racism and inequality affecting all universities in Canada, including our own, NUFA is encouraging its members to attend one or both of the Black Lives Matter events taking place this Saturday in North Bay: 1. Black Lives Matter March: Saturday, June 6, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM (Memorial Gardens

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FAQs During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has and will continue to change the normal trajectory of the academic year.  It will impact each of us differently and so it is important to assess and account for that impact in your annual or sabbatical reports.  Please keep NUFA apprised if you need to discuss terms with your Dean. FAQs

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CASBU Emergency Fund during COVID-19

These last few weeks have been strange and uncertain times for all of us in the Nipissing University community, and the future looks equally strange and uncertain. It’s hard to know what the next few months will bring, but we do know that contract faculty will be disproportionately affected because of the precarious nature of

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