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Briefs & Reports

The purpose of this report is to draw a demographic and labour market profile of academic and professional librarians in Canadian universities and colleges. It is based on a CAUT survey of librarians at 116 institutions.
The burning of fossil fuels is triggering changes to the global climate that will have catastrophic environmental, economic and social consequences. The magnitude of the problem, and the deep challenges associated with confronting it, can seem overwhelming.
CAUT welcomes this report of the Advisory Panel on Federal Support for Fundamental Science. It is a thoughtful and comprehensive study that correctly diagnoses problems that have plagued basic science for over a decade. The Panel’s recommendations, if implemented, will chart a strong future for science and research in Canada.
Post-secondary education (PSE) is increasingly an integral component of economic well-being. Women are now completing post-secondary education at higher rates than men. However, barriers to economic security exist for women at all levels of educational attainment. This brief provides an overview of three of these barriers and the impacts on our members.
Knowing how to read and analyze your institution’s financial statements is the best way to understand how much money your college or university has and how that money is spent. CAUT’s Guide to Analyzing University & College Financial Statements, written by Profs. Cameron and Janet Morrill of the University of Manitoba, is a step-by-step guide to assist academic staff associations.