From now on, the university will give annual updates on the plan in June.
Strike on violent protests A symbolic demonstration was hosted by Colombian students in the Arts Tunnel on Nov. 21. The students were expressing their disapproval of the violence in recent protests across Latin America on the day that Colombians went on a national strike against their government. University Council dissolves committee The International Activities Committee…
Concerns about lack of input from faculty and students surround the motion.
Emissions at the U of S have gone up by 7.8 per cent since 2006-07.
A former faculty member asks for transparency on alleged university ties to Monsanto.
It turns out U of S students do care about their school, and they’re willing to do something about it. Let’s just hope we can all get over our reluctance to be shit-disturbers and keep pushing for positive engagement on campus. This is more than a degree mill, after all.
University Council voted at its late December meeting to push through a sweeping plan to restructure the College of Medicine. The plan, titled “A New Vision for the College of Medicine,” was designed with consultation from both faculty members and university administrators.
President Ilene Busch-Vishniac stood before university council Nov. 15 and spoke with gutsy candor about her job and the future of the College of Medicine. “Here I am, five months into my tenure, and yet I know — already — the biggest challenge that we face. I know what will define my term as president.
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac prevented a bitter debate at last month’s university council meeting after arbitrating an under-the-table deal between university administration and College of Medicine faculty.