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The Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo (FAUW) is the official representative of all regular faculty members at the University of Waterloo.

  1. Sept. 26, 20162016 Proposed MoA Revisions: Summary and Rationale from FAUW

    FAUW and UW administrators at the Faculty Relations Committee have negotiated a set of very positive but substantive changes to Article 13 (Faculty Salaries, Annual Selective Increases and Member Evaluation Procedures) of the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA). The changes will:

  2. Sept. 20, 2016SWEC Launches Campus-Wide Gender/Equity NewsletterJust launched!

    One of FAUW's major initiatives is our Status of Women and Equity Committee (SWEC), which engages in educational and advocacy activities related to the status of women and with broader equity issues such as those arising from gender, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, disability, religion, age, or gender identity.

  3. Sept. 14, 2016Welcome to a new year

    Happy September!

    We at FAUW hope you had a fantastic summer, and to help you kick off the new school year, we have a few tips on how to get the most out of your Faculty Association.

    Get the full list in our latest blog post or read on for the super short version.

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  1. Sept. 28, 2016W3: Waterloo Women's Wednesdays

    W3 (Waterloo Women's Wednesdays) is a monthly gathering of woman-identified grad students, post-docs, staff and faculty.

    In September Professor Yan Li (East Asian Studies) will present on "The Stuff Left to Lil". Yan Li will share her story of discovering the historical relics left by Dr. Norman Bethune 76 years after his death in China, and her understanding of the national hero in China and controversial figure in his home country of Canada.

  2. Oct. 5, 2016Town Hall Meeting

    This town hall will provide an update and opportunity for questions regarding the forthcoming Memorandum of Agreement changes, and the salary anomaly report released this summer.

    Feel free to stay for informal discussion and light refreshments afterwards.

  3. Oct. 18, 2016Working my Margins, Leveraging my Privilege: Sexual and Gender Identity Scholarly ActivismCorey Johnson

    Part of the Gender and Equity Scholarship Series

    Speaker: Corey Johnson (Recreation & Leisure Studies)

    In this address, Corey Johnson chronicles the evolution of his work examining power relations in the cultural contexts of leisure. From gay bars to media consumption to the use of geo-social networking applications, his scholarship and activism captures the importance of considering identity politics and intersectionality when working for social justice.

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