UPTE-Community Colleges

October 2, 2020 – NOTICE TO MEMBERSHIP:

OFFICIAL DATE: 9/4/20
TO: Adjunct Faculty, College of Sequoias
FROM: Don Nikkel and Susan Elizabeth, COSAFA Elections Committee

The results of today’s run-off election for the third Member-At-Large position are:

Megan Baptista – 11
Osvaldo Del Valle – 9

Congratulations to Megan.

Our COSAFA officers for the next two years are:

Celeste Solis, President celestes@cos.edu

Jodi Baker, Vice-President jodib@cos.edu

Charles Slaght, Secretary-Treasurer charless@cos.edu

Danielle Alberti, Member-At-Large danielleal@cos.edu

Amanda Carey, Member-At-Large amandaca@cos.edu

Megan Baptista, Member-At-Large megang@cos.edu

Our thanks to all those who voted. Stay involved.

September 15, 2020 – NOTICE TO MEMBERSHIP: 

Chapter 14 of UPTE-CWA Local 9119, representing Associate Faculty, Counselors, and Librarians at Mt San Jacinto College, is holding an election to complete the unexpired term (2019-2022) of President. We will be using electronic balloting provided by The Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) vendor. Please contact SBS if you have questions or concerns.
 
Sandra Blackman

Election Committee Chair

August 24, 2020 – PFA will be holding Governing Board elections, Fall Semester, 2020, and we will be using electronic balloting provided by The Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) vendor. Please contact SBS if you have questions or concerns.

In solidarity,
Bettye Anne Stephens
Election Committee Chair

The University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE) is a democratic, member-run union organization. Decisions are made by UPTE members and their elected representatives. Our success is due to the high level of activism among our members.

UPTE proudly represents the contingent faculty at the Community Colleges of Butte, Mt. San Jacinto, and College of the Sequoias.

Associate faculty wages and conditions need improvement
UPTE commissioned a study of faculty wages, benefits and working conditions from UC Santa Cruz labor studies scholar Sara R. Smith. Read the complete study titled Supporting California‚Äôs Community College Teaching Faculty: Improving Working Conditions, Compensation and the Quality of Undergraduate Education.

 

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