Campus Equity Week 2015: October 26–30

October 26 Through October 30

A Week Of Actions In The Fight To End Exploitative College Faculty Hiring Practices That Hurt Students, Professors, & Communities

CEW Outreach

To Connect Adjuncts & Other Activists, Bringing Us Out Of Isolation & Into Solidarity

CEW Support

To Provide Contingent Educators, Students & Their Allies With Tools, Actions & Materials In Order To Promote Meaningful Change In Higher Ed

CEW Action

Through Meetings With Lawmakers, Petitions, and National Advocacy, CEW Moves Adjunct Issues Forward

CEW Media

Working With Media & News Outlets To Bring Higher Education Issues To The Forefront Of National Dialog

About Campus Equity Week

Working On Behalf Of Contingent Faculty & Their Allies To Advance Faculty Equity & Support Student Learning

Campus Equity Week is an annual event started by the Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor, a grassroots coalition of activists in North America working for contingent faculty: adjunct, part-time, non-tenured, and graduate teaching faculty working to bring greater awareness to the precarious situation for contingent faculty in higher education, organize for action, and build solidarity among our colleagues. Since it was first organized in 1999, Campus Equity Week’s diverse organizing committees have sought to offer a voice to faculty nation wide. Although support for national coordination has fluctuated through the years, Campus Equity Week remains a vital annual event, raising awareness and fighting to progress the issues faced by contingent educators through the United States, and partnering with activism worldwide. Currently, New Faculty Majority, partnered with COCAL and our generous sponsors, have been active in promoting, coordinating and arranging events for Campus Equity Week.


Thank You To These Dedicated Sponsors
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New Faculty Majority
NFM is dedicated to improving the quality of higher education by advancing professional equity and securing academic freedom for all adjunct and contingent faculty.
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Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor
COCAL is a grassroots coalition of activists in North America working for contingent faculty: adjunct, part-time, non-tenured, and graduate teaching faculty.
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Service Employees International Union
SEIU is an organization of 2-million members united by the belief in the dignity and worth of workers and the services they provide and dedicated to improving the lives of workers and their families and creating a more just and humane society.
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National Education Association
NEA is the nation’s largest professional employee organization, committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA’s 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.
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United University Professions
UUP proudly represents more than 35,000 members on 29 state-operated SUNY campuses and System Administration.
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Pennsylvania State Education Association
PSEA represents the labor, policy, and professional interests of public and higher education professionals, nurses, retired educators, and college students preparing to become teachers.
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Wisconsin Education Association Council
The Wisconsin Education Association Council represents the public policy, labor and professional interests of Wisconsin Educators.

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