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Senior Administrative Responsibilities Review updates

Documents NEW: Response from the President‟s Executive Team (formerly UMC) NEW: Responses from the University Community AUNBT response to the report of the Senior Administrative Responsibilities Review (SARR) Committee (HTML; PDF) Report of ...

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Prioritization updates

NEW: Materials relating to UNB’s prioritization exercise can be found here.  Visit AUNBT’s main Prioritization page for links to AUNBT’s position paper and more.

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Bargaining updates

Bargaining updates Both bargaining units are now in negotiations with UNB. For current updates, please go to the Collective Bargaining page.  

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AUNBT FT members ratify new agreement

AUNBT full-time members vote to ratify new four-year collective agreement, July 12, ...
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AUNBT Membership Meeting July 8

There will be an AUNBT  membership meeting on Friday, July 8, 2016 ...
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Upcoming AUNBT Meetings

Dear AUNBT member As we informed you earlier today, we have reached ...

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UNB and AUNBT reach tentative settlement for their 13th full-time Collective Agreement

After less than two months of negotiations the University of New Brunswick and the Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers (AUNBT) Full-Time group are pleased to announce they have reached common ground on a tentative set of proposals for a new Collective Agreement. “We are pleased to have reached an agreement,” says Dr. Van […]

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CTV News video: Students, professors call out UNB

CTV News interview with Norm Betts and Julian Renaud on UNB spending, June 7, 2016.

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Document: Memo to AUNBT members regarding the UNB budget town hall

Memo to AUNBT members regarding the UNB budget town hall on Monday June 6 from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m., at the Wu Centre’s J. Kent Auditorium in Fredericton and Room 104 of Oland Hall in Saint John.

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Inside Higher Ed: Scaling Back on Branding.

Scaling Back on Branding. Inside Higher Ed, January 20, 2016. The University of Oregon is scaling back a multimillion-dollar branding campaign, much to the delight of faculty members. By Kellie Woodhouse.

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UNB board member challenges spending priorities, marketing

Julian Renaud says university doesn’t fund academics properly and wastes millions on online ads. From CBC News.

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