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News / University of Toronto facing censure

News / University of Toronto facing censure

Serious concerns about an aborted hiring at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law has led the CAUT Executive Committee to recommend censure proceedings against the administration.

The motion for censure will be brought to CAUT Council in late November and, if passed, the University of Toronto would have six months to address concerns before censure is imposed. Censure is a measure that asks academic staff not to accept appointments or speaking engagements at the institution until changes are made.

 

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