Tag Archives: Prioritization

Developments at U Sask

Earlier today the following message was sent out to members: Dear AUNBT member, Members will be aware that AUNBT has had growing concerns about the implementation of a “prioritization” program at UNB. You may be interested in today’s article in the Globe and Mail concerning the abandonment of the “TransformUS” prioritization exercise at the U […]

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Doing the PPP: a skeptical perspective

Program prioritization programs, or PPPs, are the latest trend in the neoliberal university. Leo Groarke, Provost and Vice-President Academic at the University of Windsor, and Beverley Hamilton, Research and Projects Officer in the Provost’s Office at the University of Windsor, offer some thoughtful cautions in “Doing the PPP: a skeptical perspective” (Academic Matters, June 2014): It is not […]

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Sobering news from Guelph

Sobering news from Guelph Apparently, the University of Guelph hired an external consultant to design one of those prioritization exercises and the results are in. In a nutshell, according to Academica, The University of Guelph last week announced the results of a Program Prioritization Process that ranked programs and services to help determine the ones to which […]

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