“If I stay home more, Cal Poly is going to be at a disadvantage in a competitive world,” Armstrong said. “If that’s the case, then our students will be at a disadvantage. It is contributing indirectly to our student’s success.”
When the California State University (CSU) system and California Faculty Association (CFA) come together to present a tentative contract for CSU faculty, there are usually a lot of smiling faces in the room. But not this time.
The CFA and Cal Poly have been fighting for a fair contract, but it’s been proving hard to come to an agreement.
Sean McMinn email@example.com UPDATE, Dec. 6 Cal Poly officials said the Semester Review Task Force’s meeting, which is expected to result in a recommendation to the university president on whether Cal Poly should adopt semesters, will be postponed and open…