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News and notes: January 2021

Some links of note, as we begin the new year: Spotlight PA is slated to interview State System Chancellor Daniel Greenstein 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13. "The state’s system of higher education is facing unprecedented challenges as it copes with the coronavirus pandemic,...

APSCUF accepting applications for internship, scholarship

The State APSCUF office seeks a junior or senior in political science, communication, journalism or a related field to serve as a government/communication intern in summer 2021. This paid internship typically occurs at the APSCUF headquarters in Harrisburg, but the...

One retrenchment letter issued last week

One non-tenured faculty member received a retrenchment letter Dec. 1, the second of four deadlines for Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities to issue notices to faculty members who may lose their jobs at the end of the 2021 spring semester. The recipient is a...

Chancellor calls integration work ‘profoundly inspiring stuff’

At last week's short Board of Governors meeting, Chancellor Daniel Greenstein gave a brief update about integration progress at this early stage, mentioning the “breadth and audacity” of work so far and “ambitious and audacious goals.” He also referred to the work as...

APSCUF hopeful about Pennsylvania’s new COVID-19 recommendations

The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties is encouraged by the new guidance released yesterday by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. We are happy to see the new recommendations that colleges...

Faculty cuts hurt students

Today is a somber, sad day. More than 100 of our faculty colleagues have learned they may lose their jobs at the end of this academic year. The students those faculty teach, advise and mentor will lose opportunities. But this is not over. We will keep fighting. Click...

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