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WCSU may get more time to save Social Sciences

October 31, 2022

The university president promised to extend the deadline at the next University Senate meeting, if necessary.

WCSU may get more time to save Social Sciences

CSU-AAUP Hosts Organizing for Power Event

October 28, 2022

A few hundred people attended the event on Oct. 27 featuring national labor leaders.

CSU-AAUP Hosts Organizing for Power Event

In the News

October 24, 2022

WCSU administrators proposed cutting several Social Sciences majors and minors, without input from faculty. Here are some news articles on the ongoing issues at Western.

In the News

CCSU-AAUP is Hiring

October 17, 2022

The Central chapter of CSU-AAUP is hiring for a part-time administrator.

CCSU-AAUP is Hiring

CSCU Agrees to Help Adjuncts with PSLF

October 6, 2022

An announcement from the system office stated they will use a multiplier to help adjuncts qualify for PSLF.

CSCU Agrees to Help Adjuncts with PSLF

Pandemic Pay Update for SEBAC Members

October 5, 2022

An update on pay for essential workers.

Pandemic Pay Update for SEBAC Members

CSU-AAUP is Hiring

October 3, 2022

CSU-AAUP is hiring a full-time organizer for all four campuses.

CSU-AAUP is Hiring

Public Student Loan Forgiveness

September 29, 2022

Wondering if you qualify for PSLF, or what the waiver that runs through Oct. 31 means for you? Read on for information from a PSLF webinar co-hosted by CSU-AAUP.

Public Student Loan Forgiveness

What We Learned at Labor Notes 2022

June 28, 2022

CSU-AAUP members listen to Teamsters President Sean O’Brien at Labor Notes.

What We Learned at Labor Notes 2022

Changes are coming for state college union workers if labor bill passes

April 20, 2022

If Connecticut’s legislature passes the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition agreement this week, union workers at the state’s directional universities and community colleges will see changes toward their tenure track approval process and get additional paid maternity leave. Connecticut Public Radio | By Catherine Shen

Changes are coming for state college union workers if labor bill passes

SEBAC Issues Statement On Federal Relief Money Spending Plans

April 5, 2022

Statement On Federal Relief Money Spending Plans

SEBAC Issues Statement On Federal Relief Money Spending Plans

Recovery For All CT Advocates for Mental Health Services at State Capitol, Backed by CSU-AAUP

February 27, 2022

Recovery For All CT, a statewide coalition working to eliminate systematic inequalities in Connecticut, went to the State Capitol in Hartford on Wednesday, Feb. 23 to advocate for mental health services. Article by CT Student Mental Health News

Recovery For All CT Advocates for Mental Health Services at State Capitol, Backed by CSU-AAUP

CSU-AAUP Statement on Masks on Campus

February 24, 2022

The CSU-AAUP Executive Council believes that face masks remain an essential part of curbing the spread of COVID-19 on campuses and in our communities.

CSU-AAUP Statement on Masks on Campus

Upcoming Legislative Dates and Hearings

February 16, 2022

Check this page frequently to find the latest updates on legislative news, from public hearings to presentations.

Upcoming Legislative Dates and Hearings