Tag Archives: Kari Brozowski

New (and old) faces of WLUFA executive

(This article is from the WLUFA Advocate April 2017 5.2.) Dear Colleagues, Another Association election is now behind us and it’s netted us some really wonderful results. The first is that our trial use of Simply Voting for the last few … Continue reading

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Governance report and recommendations to the Senate

Originally published Apr. 7/17. By Kari Brozowski, Communications. Despite having no official position in the WLU Act or Senate approval, the University Secretariat initiated its own Governance Review of Wilfrid Laurier University. While some may applaud the gumption, faculty should … Continue reading

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Campus in Milton?

(This article is from the WLUFA Advocate October 2016 5.1.) Kari Brozowski Health Studies The question of a Milton campus is a contentious initiative, and will likely cannibalize the Waterloo and Brantford campuses. The demographic argument is not sound, as the … Continue reading

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#TAG – Art for reconciliation and resistance at Six Nations and Brantford

(This article is from the WLUFA Advocate October 2016 5.1.) Vanessa Oliver Youth & Children’s Studies Indigenous and Non-Indigenous youth are taking part this September and October in cultural healing and arts workshops to learn about Haudenosaunee culture and to create their … Continue reading

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Confronting Gendered Violence on Campus

This article is from WLUFA Advocate 4.2 October 2015. Kari Brozowski, Community Health Sexual violence is not about sex; it is about a perpetrator exerting power over someone they perceive to be weaker. We know from studies of gendered violence … Continue reading

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