Submitted by Deidre Murphy Call for Submissions Are you interested in sharing your stories of innovation, research, and creativity with the college community and beyond? Are you interested in highlighting the relevant and important work that you have done individually or collaboratively with colleagues, students, or community? If so, consider contributing to Camosun … [Read more...] about Camosun Showcase 2024: Professional, Scholarly, & Creative Activity
Attention Camosun College Faculty Association Members, your Fall General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 9, 2023, from 3:00 to 4:30 PM. Please check your Outlook Calendar to make sure you've received our invite and link. If you haven't gotten an invite, please contact us. If you've never attended a CCFA General Meetings before, GMs are held virtually, run on time … [Read more...] about 2023 Fall GM – Thursday, November 9, 3:00-4:30 PM – Online
Once again, our members have nominated some amazing charitable organizations and causes to receive this year's annual donations. It is never an easy decision deciding how to split such a small sum among so many in need. Again, it is my humble privilege to inform our members which charities your Exec selected from the applications we received. We can't fund everything, and at … [Read more...] about Announcing the 2023 CCFA Charity Fund Recipients
It is impossible to ignore the ongoing human rights violations occurring daily in Iran as people there continue to protest the death of Mahsa Amini on September 13, 2022. Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman from Saqqez, Kurdistan Province, was accused of inappropriately wearing a hijab by Iran’s ‘Moral Security’ agency, arrested, and killed. Following her death, … [Read more...] about CCFA Endorses Capilano Faculty Association’s Statement of Support For Iran
B.C. municipalities go to the polls to elect new city councils, school boards, and mayors on Oct 15—in fact, mail-in ballots and advance voting have already begun. Local civic elections represent residents’ best chance to have a direct impact on their day-to-day lives—far more than provincial or federal equivalents. And yet, ironically, they habitually attract much lower … [Read more...] about Hey CCFA, Let’s Get Out the Vote on Oct 15!