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Thank you for sharing your consolidation opinions

Thank you to the nearly 1,000 faculty APSCUF members who completed our survey about views and perceptions of faculty members at Bloomsburg, Lock Haven and Mansfield universities (northern) and of California, Clarion and Edinboro universities (western) — the six...

Words continue to matter

After its executive council met yesterday, APSCUF has posted another statement about Chancellor Daniel Greenstein's testimony last week. Click here to read the full release.

Watch Chancellor Greenstein’s budget-appropriations testimony

Photo/Pennsylvania Senate footage APSCUF live-tweeted March 18's State System hearing before the Senate budget-appropriations committee. Click here to watch the session in its entirety. We live-tweeted the event, and you can view those dispatches at the end of this...

The trouble with trends

In last week's Board of Governors meeting, the State System again presented only one decade of enrollment data, depicting a downward enrollment trend. APSCUF President Dr. Jamie Martin spoke up, pointing out that looking at enrollment over a longer period tells a...

Faculty ‘have power and responsibility,’ late APSCUF president said

APSCUF is mourning the loss of past President Dr. John Pierce Watkins, who helmed the organization from 1972 to 1973. He died Jan. 28. Click here to read the former California University of Pennsylvania professor’s obituary. Watkins led APSCUF during its nascent years...

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