Email the FAUST Professional Officer at email@example.com or stop by the office in ECH room 211.
Email Adrienne Wilson, the FAUST Office Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office in ECH room 211.
Full-time faculty members have a duty to participate in University governance. As with Teaching and Research, such Service is protected by the principles of academic freedom. While NOT normally subject to additional compensation (beyond the terms of the collective agreement), no faculty member should feel obligated to undertake specific Service activities against their will. Please contact us if you feel that you are being improperly pressured to take on Service work.
Part-time faculty members are NOT normally expected to participate in University governance. Should you ever agree to do any work that goes beyond your contractual Teaching responsibilities, you must be fairly compensated via a further contract of Additional Duties. Please contact us if you have any concerns.
FAUST offers compensation for travel-related expenses whenever union members teaching in remote locations wish to visit the Fredericton campus for union or professional development activities. Appropriate compensation is provided on a case-by case basis and generally requires submission of expense receipts.
If your contract specifies that a course is to be delivered off-campus, you may have additional rights and protections. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
FAUST is committed to countering abusive colonial practices in university education, which have unfairly excluded and mis-represented Indigenous Peoples for generations. This is a complex, long-term project that requires serious investments of time and resources from all members of the university community. For some guiding principles, see the CAUT Policy.
FAUST is committed to countering abusive colonial practices in university education, which have unfairly excluded and mis-represented Indigenous Peoples for generations. This is a complex, long-term project that requires serious investments of time and resources from all members of the university community. For some guiding principles, see the researching subjects related to Indigenous issues, faculty should also be aware of special ethical requirements that may apply. Contact the STU Research Office for more information: BMH 312, phone: 452-0647, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are Benefits Booklets in the plastic shelves outside the FAUST Office ECH 211; or a summary can be found online here.
The Human Resources website contains links to policies, brochures, and forms for the following benefits: Accidental death and dismemberment, basic life insurance and optional life insurance for faculty members or spouses, health and dental, limited term disability, and the health-spending account. The website also contains information, statements and updates on STU's pension plan, group RRSP and tools for retirement planning.
Schedule B Employees are eligible for the university’s group insurance plans.
Schedule B Employees and Part-time Employees who are receiving a Level II or Level III stipend become members of the pension plan subject to the regulations of the plan. (Contact Jason Scarbro Director of Human Resources and Faculty Relations, office: MMH 409, email: email@example.com)
Health Spending Account: all Schedule A and Regular Appointment Employees are eligible for a health allowance of $120 for each 3-credit-hour course taught. HR sends around a reminder informing you that monies have been deposited to your account. You may register and check the balance of your HSA on the Blue Cross website here.
Yes. Full-Time and Part-Time Employees and retired employees have access to 100% tuition waivers; spouses and/or dependent children of Full-Time Employees or retired employees have access to 50% tuition waivers. Spouses and/or dependent children of Part-Time Employees receive a tuition reduction in proportion to the employee’s workload. More details can be found under STU's Tuition Waiver policy here.
For Full-Time members, consult the Full-Time Collective Agreement for information about the Professional Development Allowance.
For Part-Time faculty, if you are a Schedule B Appointment, you have access to a Professional Development allowance.
All Part-Time Schedule A or Regular Appointment Employees are eligible for a Teaching Enhancement Allowance of $50 per 3-credit hour course. See the Part-Time Collective Agreement
All Part-Time & Full-Time faculty may obtain information on internal and external funding and other research opportunities at the STU Research Office: office: BMH 312, phone: 452-0647, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or consult the website.
Contact a member of the Campus Planning Committee, found on this site.
There are two (2) shared work spaces (BMH 104 and ECH 20) which all part-time employees are eligible to use. To acquire a key for BMH 104 or a security code for ECH 20, please contact Ferne Stewart in Facilities Management (office: ECH 18, phone number: 452-9676, email: email@example.com).
There are also five (5) private offices designated to accommodate three (3) Employees per office, as well as one (1) ‘bookable’ office which part-time employees may use for oral exams, student consultations and other appropriate activities. FAUST allocates spaces in the private offices (based on the number of courses being taught by each part-time member), and coordinates reservations for the bookable office. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
After setting up a WebAdvisor account, click on the Employees icon.
Contact Ferne Stewart, the Office Coordinator of Facilities Management: office: ECH 18; phone: 452-0606; email: email@example.com
See your departmental assistant.
You may upload your own ID photo and complete the entire process online: https://www.unb.ca/ucard/get/index.html
If a class must be cancelled because of an unexpected occurrence such as the illness of the instructor, the instructor will notify the executive assistant of the Vice-President (Academic & Research), who will attempt to notify the students by posting the class cancellation on the website. The instructor will also notify the department chair. If an instructor may reasonably foresee their absence from a scheduled class, the prior approval of the appropriate Dean is required. You must submit a written request, including the anticipated dates of your absence, reasons for cancelling class, and any alternative or makeup activities/assignments which you have arranged. It is also your responsibility to inform students of foreseen absences and any alternative assignments/activities.
For more information, see the class cancellation policy.
The decision about whether to close will be made by the University.
Local media outlets are notified of a storm closure by 6:45 AM. Faculty should consult local radio stations for news of cancellations: 106.9 FM, 95.1 FM, 103.5 FM, 105 FM, 1260 AM.
You may also call the university switchboard for cancellation updates: 452-0640.
In cases where the university remains open, individual faculty members should use their own discretion in deciding whether to hold classes and/or report to work. If you decide to cancel classes, notify the office of the Vice-President (Academic & Research), as well as your department chair and department assistant.
For more information, see the Storm Closure policy.
Internal calls: last 3 digits of number
Local calls: Dial 9 + number
Long distance calls: Dial 9 + 1 + area code + number (direct)Dial 9 + 0 + area code + number (operator assisted)Dial 9 + 0 (Operator)
Call hold (single line phone): Press `Link’ + * + 70
Call Pickup (single line phone): Press * + 72
Call Transfer (single line phone): Press ‘Link’ + Extension number
Conference Call (single line phone): Press ‘Link’ + Extension number + ‘Link’
Ring Again (single line phone): Press ‘Link’ + * + 73
Call Forward (single line phone): Press * + 78 + Extension number + ‘Link’
Call Park (single line phone): Press ‘Link’ + * + 76
Call Park Retrieve (single line phone): Press * + 77 + Extension number
How do I set up my Voice Message System?: Press *99 , then Press # and your mailbox number (last 4 digits of your phone #). The system will ask you to enter your temporary password, which is your phone #, then you will be prompted to change your password. Follow the instructions in the tutorial to record your name and message.
How do I check my Voice Message System for messages?: Press *99 and follow the prompts.
Set up an account on WebAdvisor for Faculty and follow the instructions
Go to https://moodle.stu.ca/ . If this is the first time you have used this site, you will need to have IT create a blank course for you. Follow the prompts.