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September 30, 2016
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Contract Academic Staff (CAS) Information



For more information, please see the Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty Association Collective Agreement for Part-time Contract Academic Staff and Part-time Librarians September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2016

Part-time Faculty Appointment Committee:

Lamine Diallo (chair), ldiallo@wlu.ca
Rosemary McGowan, rmcgowan@wlu.ca
Simon Kiss, skiss@wlu.ca

Application for Appointment:

If you are a current CAS member, you will receive email notification of all postings. For those who have applied to the roster, you do not need to re-apply for positions when they are posted, unless there are additional courses that are not listed on your roster form.  Please ensure that your Laurier e-mail address is active as this address will be used for all communications.

Postings will be listed on the Academic Postings web page for 15 calendar days.  Please send applications electronically with a current CV and any additional information to:

Dr. Lamine Diallo
Associate Professor; Chair, Part-time Appointment Committee
Leadership Program, Faculty of Human and Social Sciences
LBOLHires@wlu.ca 

Roster Application Form (.rtf version)

Assessment of Candidates

WLUFA Collective Agreement for Part-time Faculty, 2013-2016


Fall 2016 Appointments

 

Course Number and Section
Course Title
CAS Instructor
OL109A Interpersonal Communication in Contemporary Society John Coffey
OL140B Leadership Foundations John Lortie
OL140BR Leadership Foundations
John Coffey
OL/CC/HS233BR1 Introduction to Social Science Research Methods Stephen Lin
OL/HR251A Workplace Diversity in the 21st Century Laurie Jacklin
OL/HR251BR Workplace Diversity in the 21st Century Laurie Jacklin
OL481A Project Management Christina Sookram
OL481BR Project Management Christina Sookram




 

Winter 2017 Appointments

 

Course Number and Section Course Title CAS Instructor
 OL/CC/HS233BR2
Introduction to Social Science Research Methods  Stephen Lin