Brett Fairbairn informed the U of S via email of two administrative positions’ elimination.

Senior admin layoffs tied to TransformUS

Announced via email to University of Saskatchewan community on March 27, the elimination of two associate vice-president positions was influenced by the soon-to-be implemented TransformUS plan.
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Tuition, TransformUS opposition on the rise

Student and faculty groups at the University of Saskatchewan are stepping up their opposition to TransformUS in the wake of the latest round of tuition hikes on March 17.
Provost Brett Fairbairn has said that students will not be included on PCIP.

Student concerns go unheeded by administration

University Council gave no response to a motion of non-confidence in the TransformUS process that University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union President Max FineDay presented at the Jan. 23 council meeting.
Claire Card, professor from the Western 
College of Veterinary Medicine, asks for a show of hands as to who was involved in the review process of TransformUS.

Uncertainty shows at TransformUS town halls

The University of Saskatchewan has begun gathering responses and recommendations to the TransformUS taskforce reports as the first two of three town halls were held on Jan. 8 and 9.
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Support services taskforce also affects students

Since the TransformUS taskforce reports were released to the public on Dec. 9, 2013, much focus has been given to academic programs, leaving little time for explanations of the support services report.