At its April 11 meeting, academic staff at Carleton voted unanimously that they have no confidence in the university’s Board of Governors and senior administration following a series of actions they say undermine good governance.
Over the past year, the Carleton BOG has approved policies that concentrate decision-making power to the Executive Committee, stifle contributions of elected Board members, and restrict communications to the broader community. A new set of Bylaws, adopted in March despite widespread opposition by academic staff and students, formalized many of these contested practices.
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Angela Regnier, Communications Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers; 613-726-5186 (o); 613-601-6304 (cell)