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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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UNB Act updates

NEW: What we could have lost: Why Legislative Protection for Collegial Governance Rights is Important, April 21 2015 (PDF) RECENT: AUNBT Statement on Possible Removal of Legislative Oversight from the UNB Act, with particular ...

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DOCUMENT: Legislative Protection for Collegial Governance Important

Earlier today members received “What we could have lost: Why Legislative Protection for ...
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FESTIVAL: Mayworks 23/4—3/5

AUNBT is proud to be one of the sponsors of the first ...
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EVENT: Get Science Right 23/4/15

A New Direction for Science Policy in Canada? “Get Science Right” Town ...

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DOCUMENT: AUNBT statement on legislative oversight

Yesterday members received “AUNBT Statement on Possible Removal of Legislative Oversight from the UNB Act, with particular reference to land transactions.” Download the PDF here.

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EVENT: Day of Action Against Bill C–51

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EVENT: We Vote CBC!

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UPDATE: Senior Administrative Responsibilities Review

Earlier today, members will have received a message from President Campbell’s office with links to the administration’s response to the recommendations of the Senior Administrative Responsibilities Review. Response from the President‟s Executive Team (formerly UMC) Responses from the University Community SARR (June 2014) Reports at UNB.ca We would be interested in hearing your thoughts.

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Media roundup: the growing precariat, corporatization, and fighting back

Various recent media stories on CAE issues and the casualization of academic labour, corporatization, and activism: “Someone Calculated How Many Adjunct Professors Are on Public Assistance, and the Number Is Startling.” Jordan Weissmann, Slate (13 April 2015): “[A]n awful lot of Ph.D.s and master’s degree holders are basically working poor.” “A Tenured Professor On Why Hiring Adjuncts Is […]

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