Canadian Association of University Teachers

On Conditions of Employment at Overseas Campuses

Statement issued jointly by the American Association of University Professors and the Canadian Association of University Teachers.  It discusses the overseas expansion of U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities and makes recommendations regarding the working conditions of faculty and staff at overseas campuses.

CAUT Censures University

The AAUP’s list of censured administrations is published regularly by the Canadian Association of University Teachers in its CAUT Bulletin, and we in turn have agreed to inform the AAUP membership of CAUT’s censure actions.

Canadian Censures

The council of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) at its April 2010 meeting acted to remove the censure of the administration of First Nations University. The censure, imposed in November 2008, was based on concerns over governance issues that had led to attacks on academic freedom. CAUT executive director James Turk reported that the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations approved substantial changes in the university’s structure that satisfactorily addressed these concerns.

The Canadian Corporate-Academic Complex

We need to defend professors and graduate students against powerful corporations—and their own universities.

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