News for Faculty

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Vacation and FPER MoA Changes

As announced on our blog last month, in the Daily Bulletin today, two sets of minor amendments to the Memorandum of Agreement between the Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo (FAUW) and the University of Waterloo took effect on July 17:

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

2019 Board election results

News flash: election results

The 2019 FAUW Board elections are now complete.

Dina Dawoud (Statistics & Actuarial Science) and Patrick Lam (Electrical and Computer Engineering) will join the Board this July as at-large directors, along with Narveen Jandu (School of Public Health and Health Systems) in the Applied Health Sciences seat.

Shannon Dea (Philosophy) and Johanna Wandel (Geography and Environmental Management) were re-elected as at-large directors, and Brent Matheson (Math/Business and Accounting) will continue on in the lecturers position.

Monday, April 1, 2019

Call for new Equity Committee members

Equity Committee

The Faculty Association’s Equity Committee is looking for new members. The committee is strong and active. New members bring forward fresh ideas and enthusiasm that help maintain the momentum of the committee.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Equity & Inclusivity Award Call for Nominations

Equity and Inclusivity Award call for nominations

The FAUW Equity Committee is seeking nominations for its annual Equity and Inclusivity Award. The award celebrates members and/or affiliates of the University of Waterloo community whose actions have made a demonstrable impact on equity, inclusivity, and/or diversity at the University.

Eligibility

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Dental benefits increase in January

The University of Waterloo dental plan currently reimburses 80% of the cost of basic expenses as set out in the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) fee guide from two years ago (up to an annual maximum). Effective for treatments starting January 1, 2019, this reimbursement is increasing to 95% of the ODA’s current fee guide.

The move from the two-years-old fee guide to the current fee guide also affects major dental work and orthodontic work. Reimbursement for these costs should increase by 4-8%.