Part-Time Professor of the Year Award.
Applications are welcome!
Deadline: October 31, 2020
In partnership with the University of Ottawa and the Alumni Association, the Association of Part-Time Professors is opening nominations for the 2020 Part-Time-Professor-of-the-Year Award.
This year, the deadline to submit an application is October 31. All submissions must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and to know the selection criteria for the Part-time Professor of the Year Award of Excellence, please visit our website.
Internet fee reimbursement of up to $15
In accordance with Article 10.1.5 of the Collective Agreement, a member who teaches an online course will be reimbursed up to $15.00 per month for internet fees upon presentation of receipts for the semester in which the course is given.
For this purpose, please contact your department and include email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org in CC.
Your Resources & Work Conditions During COVID-19
In this time of health crisis, the Administration has announced that the majority of courses for the Winter 2021 session will once again be offered entirely online.
We recognize the commitment and dedication you have shown to ensuring quality education. We also understand that for most of you, the fall session was the first session in which you were asked to deliver a course entirely online.
To better understand how you are coping with this reality and to negotiate better working conditions on your behalf, we ask you to complete this survey, which should take about 10 minutes to complete.
On the Other Side of the Screen.
We love the University of Manitoba Faculty Assocation’s (UMFA) current campaign on Twitter to raise awareness on the reality of working at a distance to the administration.
There are so many things to do before being able to work at home. In solidarity with UMFA, APTPUO invites you to send us a photo of your workspace email@example.com.
Your photo can be shared on our Twitter page to demonstrate the reality of what is on the other side of the screen.