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CAUT Bulletin May-June 2020

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May, 2020

Coronavirus hits campus

Like most streets in our cities, large and small, university and college campuses have been near...

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May, 2020

News / Students reconsidering fall semester plans in wake of COVID-19

A survey commissioned by CAUT and the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) shows a significant...

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In this Issue

It all went by very fast. One day students were in class, the next one, campuses were closed and academic...
CAUT welcomed the recent announcement from the federal government of $450 million in further support to...
The university community in Australia is warning that a federal government pledge to maintain existing...
As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the United States Congress...
The United Kingdom’s Office for Budget Responsibility is forecasting that education will be the sector...
By Brenda Austin-Smith The rhetoric of war dominates descriptions of how Canada should cope with COVID-19....
COVID-19 may be shining a light on science, from the race for vaccines to trials of treatments, but the...
By David Robinson The first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly and radically upended our universities...
By Robin Vose Pandemic-related questions are causing many of us to lose sleep these days. “What will...
By Shiu-Yik Au The COVID-19 pandemic has been a tumultuous time for both the health and wealth of all...
By Honor Brabazon Universities’ move to ‘remote’ teaching in response to COVID-19 has been justified as an...

Interview

Interview / Michael Meranze

Michael Meranze is Professor of History and Chair of the Academic Senate at the University of California, Los...

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