Chair & Webmaster
Tenured Faculty Seat
ConFac University Senators:
Anne Fearman (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Susan McGee (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Amber Powell (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Andrew Martin Smith (Visual & Performing Arts)
Kim Weborg-Benson (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Welcome to the Contingent Faculty (ConFac) Webpage!
Dear Contingent Faculty Members,
The ConFac Committee and Univeristy Senators welcome and thank you for visiting. Take advantage of the information provided in each tab. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or any listed representative with questions or concerns you may have. We need your participation in order to thrive! Please also consider contacting any representative to find out how you can become involved. Stay tuned for monthly newletters regarding timely contingent faculty affairs.
Resources provides SUNY Fredonia websites, documents, contact information, and award opportunites.
Advocacy provides literature from around the nation that advocates for contingent/adjunct needs.
UUP provides literature from your union, United University Professions, that advocates for all of its constituents, including contingents/adjuncts.
Data provides surveys, congratulations, and monthly newsletters that pertain to Fredonia's contingents/adjuncts.
Oct. 2017: The Fredonia University Senate passed a ConFac resolution to invite other SUNY institutions to petition the SUNY University Faculty Senate to create three separate subcategories for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching—one award for tenure-stream faculty, one award for full-time contingent faculty, and one award for part-time contingent faculty—with criteria tailored to promote fair competition within each appointment type. As it currently stands, full-time contingent faculty must compete with tenure-stream faculty for the same award.