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Let’s talk about the election

The 2020 election has enormous implications for public higher education in Pennsylvania. Join APSCUF for election-related informational events: MEMBERS-ONLY PRE- AND POST-ELECTION DISCUSSIONS: Sean Crampsie, State APSCUF director of government relations, will present...

Meet APSCUF’s longest-standing member

Only one APSCUF member who has been active since the group became a union in 1973 remains a part of the organization today. Randy Jesick began teaching journalism at Indiana University in 1969, at which point APSCUF was a professional association, and Pennsylvania...

APSCUF, TAUP and TUGSA letter: ‘Change course before it is too late’

         18 August 2020 Dear Members of the Board of Trustees for the PASSHE System and Temple: Together, we represent over 9000 faculty, librarians, academic advisors, staff, graduate students, medical students, and coaches at 15 different universities. Along with...

APSCUF members switch roles, take on new challenges

To transition from one team to another brings a fresh set of challenges, but it happens frequently in APSCUF, as it did with Cliff Johnston and Kara Laskowski. The two changed positions this year. Johnston was chair for the State meet-and-discuss team before being...

Bloomsburg APSCUF chapter president retiring after 17 years

In September, APSCUF honored Bloomsburg University Chapter President Dr. Steve Kokoska with its Distinguished Service Award. APSCUF file photo Steve Kokoska is retiring as Bloomsburg’s longest-serving APSCUF chapter president, holding the position since 2003. A...

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