As part of Campus Equity Week 2021, Joseph DiVerdi and Jenny Morse presented an informational session on the progress non-tenure track faculty have made at CSU, and what still needs to be done to address their needs. If you were unable to attend this session, you may download
Non-Tenure Track Faculty at CSU
At CSU, non-tenure track faculty can be appointed as contract faculty, continuing faculty, and adjunct faculty. Each of these appointment types can be full-time (minimum of 9 months) or part time (any fraction less than 100%, but no less than 50% of full-time). For more information about each of these appointment types, please refer to Section E of the Faculty and Administrative Professional Manual.
The Committee on Non-Tenure Track Faculty (CoNTTF) is a standing committee of Faculty Council and is composed of non-tenure track faculty (NTTF) representatives from each College and two tenured faculty. It is the representative body for all non tenure-track faculty at Colorado State University.
The Colorado division of the American Association University Professors (AAUP) released updated information about when NTT faculty can apply for unemployment benefits. In the past, these have been opposed by employers, but the president of the Colorado Community College System said this year that he would not oppose
The AAUP has put together resources to help faculty needing assistance. Below is a summary of the full document. In Brief: If you were scheduled to teach a class this summer and the class was cancelled due to campus closures and other COVID 19 complications, you can collect