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Letter responding to the “strategic new directions for teaching and learning” from the Faculty of Arts

(Posted with permission from Jonathan Finn.) Deb MacLatchy, Vice President: Academic Paul Jessop, Acting Vice President: Academic Kathryn Carter, Associate Vice President: Teaching and Learning April 10, 2017 Dear Deb, Paul and Kathryn, As the Chairs and Program Coordinators in … 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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To Contract Faculty: Thank You!

By Kimberly Ellis-Hale. Thank you for responding to all the flash surveys, for picking up and wearing your Contract Faculty t-shirts, for attending meetings, for voting both at the beginning and theĀ end, for reading and sharing important emails, for tweeting … Continue reading

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EYES ON I.P.R.M.

This blog entry was actually posted on December 3, 2015. This article is from WLUFA Advocate 1.1 October 2012. WLUFA Motion Latest Development in Growing Faculty Discontent over IPRM In response to growing faculty and librarian concerns over the proposed … Continue reading

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