TACT First Alert February 3, 2014

 Join us for the TACT Spring Leadership Conference

The Annual TACT Spring Leadership Conference will be held February 28th  thru March 1st at the Embassy Suites in Austin, Texas.  Reservations may be made by phoning 512-519-0460.  Please be sure to use the code “TFS” for the Texas Council of Faculty Senates group code when making reservations.


TACT First Alert January 14, 2014

Happy New Year and welcome back to campus. Best wishes for all of your academic new year’s resolutions.

Lt. Governor David Dewhurst has released the following Interim Charges for higher education to be studied before the 84th Texas Legislature:

December eBulletin available now

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Inside This Issue:
•          Letter from TACT President Cindy Simpson
•         Executive Director Chuck Hempstead’s Report: Rising Tides
•         Employment Discrimination Claims, by Jennifer Jasper

TACT Fall Leadership Conference – Law and Politics

TACT Fall Leadership Conference – Law and Politics

TACT is pleased to confirm its keynote speaker, Gaines West, Esq., for the upcoming Fall Leadership Conference October 25-26.  Mr. West, a regular speaker at these events on issues of importance to professors, is the preeminent attorney in Texas on higher education employment law.  Friday morning we will travel to the Capitol to visit with legislators and staff about issues of importance to our members.  For details, please call the STAT office at 512-419-9275 and reserve your room nights at the Embassy Suites Austin-Central at 512-454-8004 (5901 N. IH-35, Austin, 78723) and use the code TCF for the negotiated room rate.

TACT First Alert August 29, 2013

TACT Fall Leadership Conference Scheduled

Amidst the hustle and bustle of a new academic year, we won’t ask you to DO anything this week, but we will ask you to PROMISE yourself something.  When crazy becomes routine, please consider asking yourself if attending this year’s TACT Fall Conference would be an excellent investment of time in your career.

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