Tag: California Faculty Association

Governor Brown approves $364 million for CSUs

After months of lobbying from students, faculty and legislators, California Governor Jerry Brown approved more funding for the California State University system June 12. State lawmakers approved the budget June 14, and Brown will have until the end of the month to sign it in. In January, Brown proposed a[Read More…]

A July Cal State Long Beach Board of Trustees meeting. The board meets seven times a year.

CSU Board of Trustees extends bargaining with faculty

The Cal State University Board of Trustees have extended a tentative bargaining agreement with the California Faculty Association to incrementally raise faculty pay over the next two years. Michael Uhlenkamp, interim senior director of public affairs for the CSU system, explained that the bargaining agreement reached on Tuesday Sept. 26[Read More…]

CFA sponsors moratorium on tuition increases

The general public was introduced to a tuition-freezing bill known as the Student Protection Act Tuesday morning at Sacramento State University. Written by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva of the 65th district and sponsored by the California Faculty Association, Assembly Bill 393 proposes a four-year moratorium on systemwide tuition and student fee[Read More…]

CSULB Academic Senate applauds new pay range agreement

California Faculty Association Long Beach chapter president Doug Domingo-Foraste announced to the Academic Senate on Thursday that the CFA worked out an agreement with the California State University Chancellor’s office to fix the range-elevation pay scale for lecturers. Lecturers are hired into a salary range: A, B, C or D,[Read More…]

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