AUNBT is concerned about the academic freedom of colleagues teaching at the Maritime College of Forest Technology in Fredericton. Wildlife biologist Rod Cumberland was fired from his teaching position at MCFT on June 20, as reported by the CBC on
CAUT Press Release (Ottawa – July 5, 2019) The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) is raising concerns about academic freedom at the Maritime College of Forest Technology in New Brunswick following the recent dismissal of two teachers. Wildlife biologist
As part of Respectful Workplace Week, the Human Rights and Positive Environment Office invites AUNBT members on the Saint John campus to attend the social at the Faculty Staff Lounge on Tuesday Sept 4, 2pm-3pm, to discuss what respectful workplace means to
Fair Dealing Week, Feb. 26th to Mar. 2, is a Canada-wide initiative intended to promote awareness and discussion of copyright issues affecting academic staff and students in the context of the Canadian Copyright Act Review. Some of these issues are
The 2017 Jon Thompson Lecture on Academic Freedom lecture by Len Findlay is now available as a recording online: Collegial Governance In The 21st Century: Serving A Curious Collegium Or An Obedience Machine?