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2021 Media Coverage

January 1, 2022

Look back at News coverage from 2021.

2021 Media Coverage

Union stocks campus food pantry for the holidays

December 21, 2021

The union has a common refrain when calling for better treatment for faculty: “Our working conditions are students’ learning conditions.”

Union stocks campus food pantry for the holidays

Faculty and students make year’s final plea to BOR to rescind destructive proposals

December 12, 2021

Faculty and students attended the Connecticut Board of Regents’ final meeting of 2021 Thursday as the faculty union’s fight for a fair contract continues.

Faculty and students make year’s final plea to BOR to rescind destructive proposals

Why not us? Pres. Cheng got his answer at Southern

December 4, 2021

HAMDEN – Skunkzilla went up once again on Tuesday in front of Buley Library at Southern Connecticut State University.

Why not us? Pres. Cheng got his answer at Southern

NEWS: Seeking union contract, professors warn proposed cuts will impact CT college students

November 30, 2021

NEW HAVEN — Professors, students and two state lawmakers on Tuesday accused Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education of imperiling the academic accessibility of the state’s regional public universities with proposals to increase class sizes and cut salaries during contract negotiations with the faculty union. By: John Moritz / Hearst Connecticut Media

 NEWS: Seeking union contract, professors warn proposed cuts will impact CT college students

Faculty, students at WCSU picket for a fair contract

November 23, 2021

Faculty and students raised a stink Friday morning before the first town hall with CSCU President Terrence Cheng.

Faculty, students at WCSU picket for a fair contract

CCSU Faculty Say Proposed Contract ‘Stinks'

November 15, 2021

The faculty at Central Connecticut State University and some of the students used a 14-foot tall inflatable skunk to send a message to President Terrence Cheng. They wanted to let him know the faculty wants a better contract saying the proposed one stinks. By Christine Stuart | NBC Connecticut

CCSU Faculty Say Proposed Contract ‘Stinks'

SEBAC Issues Statement On Coalition Bargaining

October 9, 2021

Union leaders in SEBAC have been concerned by an overall lack of progress at the negotiating table for a number of months.

SEBAC Issues Statement On Coalition Bargaining

FAC Passes Resolution On Return To Campus For Fall

August 26, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to tighten its grip on our collective health and safety, members of the Faculty Advisory Committee to the Board of Regents voted unanimously at its Aug. 20 meeting to pass a resolution addressing the return to campus for Fall semester.

FAC Passes Resolution On Return To Campus For Fall

Connecticut’s $100 million college shell game

January 22, 2021

The plan to consolidate the 12 community colleges in Connecticut into one college with 12 campuses is called “Students First,” which is ironic because it does not fund students first. It funds a new administration in a new, statewide bureaucracy. by Stephen Adair | The CT Mirror

Connecticut’s $100 million college shell game

The New College Days: Reflecting On The First Semester Of The 2020-2021 Academic Year

January 16, 2021

We’re one semester into the 2020-2021 academic year. This hour, how are faculty at our Connecticut colleges and universities holding up? Connecticut Public Radio | By Lucy Nalpathanchil, Tess Terrible

The New College Days: Reflecting On The First Semester Of The 2020-2021 Academic Year