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The back-to-campus Rubik’s Cube

Early in the summer, against a backdrop of rising Delta variant infections and increasingly fractious on-campus...

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September 2021

Presidents Message / Safe campuses in a post-pandemic world

By Brenda Austin-Smith As night follows day, so “Back to School” ads follow the August long...

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September 2021

CAUT Bulletin — September 2021

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In this Issue

By FAISAL BHABHA Students and faculty from a wide array of minority and marginalized communities are...
The Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association (MUNFA) is joining with campus unions and...
The newly released 2021 Shared Governance Survey data from the American Association of University...
A Statistics Canada study, released on August 18, 2021, highlights the devastating financial impact of...
Andréanne Lavoie is this year’s recipient of CAUT’s J. H. Stewart Reid Memorial Fellowship, an award...
CAUT is upholding academic freedom by supporting the Mount Allison Faculty Association (MAFA) in the...
A.J. of Halifax writes I have students in my class who are not following physical distancing and mask...
Brenda Austin-Smith President Brenda Austin-Smith was re-elected to a third term as president of CAUT....

Interview

Interview / Lorna Wanosts’a7 Williams

Lorna Wanosts’a7 Williams is a member of the Lil’wat First Nation of Mount Currie, British Columbia. She led the...

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