Faculty Associations

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Higher Education In Ontario - Associations and Organizations - Faculty Associations
1964, the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) represents 15,000 teachers, researchers, and librarians through its interaction with the Ontario government, opposition parties ... OCUFA allows its twenty-three member faculty associations to coordinate media relations and research for collective bargaining ... in 1974, the Confederation of Ontario University Staff Associations Unions (COUSA) represents non-union and union non-academic staff by providing a forum to share information, workshops, a common ...
Federation Of New Brunswick Faculty Associations
... The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) is an umbrella group for faculty associations in the province of New Brunswick, Canada ... It began as an informal association in the early 1970s and was incorporated in 1981 ... approximately 1,200 teachers, researchers and librarians across six faculty associations l'Association des Bibliothécaires, des Professeures et des Professeurs de l'Université de Moncton (ABPPU ...

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