Canadian Association of University Teachers


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Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT)

a Canadian national organization representing the interests of all who teach in the universities of the provinces and territories of Canada. The official languages of the CAUT are English and French.
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Education Review, 12, 1, Canadian Association of University Teachers, Ottawa, Canada.
6) Canadian Association of University Teachers, "Statement on the Controversy over Professor Shiraz Dossa," News Release, December 14, 2006 <www.
Canadian Association of University Teachers executive Jim Turk has called for Minister Goodyear's resignation, citing his "direct political interference in a funding decision made through an independent, peer reviewed process.
acting quickly to resolve the current issues they face, including a recent freeze of $200,000 in funds by the province and a censure by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
This decision comes on the heels of an ongoing censure of the school by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), because of the politicized nature of the school's governance structure.
Wendy Robbins is a founder of women's studies at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, and chair of the Women's Committee at the Canadian Association of University Teachers.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers joined others in the international community in calling for an immediate end to Israeli military action in Gaza.
Since then, the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) censured the university and demanded the university's board be depoliticized.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers has established an ad hoc advisory committee to look into Dr.
The First Nations University of Canada faces pressure to change its governance structure after being censured in late November by the 65,000-member Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
As further evidence he cites their profound suspicion of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), which came under particularly rigorous scrutiny.

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