An account of attacks on openness and deliberation by someone at the centre of the governance controversy.
Whose University is it Anyway?
- Obscuring transparency and silencing dissent
- LESSONS FROM THE EYE OF THE STORM: Chakmagate and Western University
- COMMUNITY ON CAMPUS: A partner-ship for a more inclusive university
- Faculty awaken to the university governance crisis in BC
- Defending collegial governance at Brock University
- Questioning the quality of the quality assurance process in Ontario’s Universities
- Editor Matters: Whose University is it anyway?
In This Issue
The controversy around presidential pay at Western proved to be a flashpoint for taking back control.
An innovative program at the University of Toronto Mississauga allows individuals with intellectual disabilities to experience university life.
The resignation of Arvind Gupta reveals worrying trends and damaging ideas about Canadian university governance.
The successful campaign against admin overreach at Brock University carries lessons for faculty everywhere.
The case of the Toronto School of Theology raises serious questions about the misuse of quality assurance processes in the province.
The past few years have seen university governance jump from relative obscurity and into the headlines. How universities are run is suddenly big news. The issue of Academic Matters you have in your hands right now contains first-hand accounts of some of the campus stories that have found their way into the national media. From […]