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Meeting Times for the AFT Washington Contingent Faculty Issues Committee

All committee meetings are usually held once a month (except July-September) at the AFT Washington offices, 604 Oakesdale Ave. SW, Suite 103, Renton. For more information or to get on our email list for notices, contact aftwashington@aftwa.org or call 206-242-4777.

 

Adjunct/Part-time Faculty Working Conditions are Linked to Student Success

A lot of research and energy has gone into understanding what helps students to be successful.  Colleges are investing in programs that improve support for students based on the findings.  Those things that make students successful are the same things that make faculty successful.  It has been shown that there is a direct link between the working conditions of faculty and student success.  Yet many teachers are denied even the most basic kinds of support that would make us better able to help our students reach their goals. Download an excellent document written by AFT Seattle President Annette Stofer that outlines the connections between student success and faculty working conditions.

 

Current News


 

AFT announced that they are partnering with Freelancers Union to offer access to benefits to contingent faculty. [more]

Legislators should let community college faculty manage their own affairs
Crosscut.com | Feb. 21, 2014 | Guest Opinion by K. Strickland and M. Boggess

Adjuncts talk successes, challenges to organizing at national conference
Inside Higher Ed | Apr. 8, 2014 | Submitted by Colleen Flaherty

Photos from the 2014 Contingent Faculty Issues Conference, 4/26/14

 


Contact Information

Committee Chair: Vice President of Contingent Facutly Michael Boggess

Staff: Irene Morrison, UOR, at imorrison~aftwa.org or 206-495-8589

2019 Adjuncts Building Community Conference

On Saturday, October 26, we will hold our Contingent Faculty Issues Conference at South Seattle College's Georgetown Campus. We offer workshops, tabletop discussions on certain topics, role playing, student loan debt clinic, and free lunch.