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“Classroom 3.0: Reimagining Learning” from Stanford University This Morning

How about tuning in to this broadcast from Stanford University this morning?

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“Death of Evidence” Rally Begins (Ottawa, 10 July 2012)

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Satire Alive and Well at the University of Alberta

Out today, from unknown parties at the University of Alberta: a satiric “first issue” of I, the Indira Magazine. The magazine features a tour of the President’s house, advice from Phyllis Clark on how not to be a communist (and … Continue reading

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“Call to Action”: This Square is Open

Last week, University of Alberta President Indira Samarasekera issued a “Call to Action” to members of the University community at her State of the University address. That “Call to Action” has now been formalized in a memorandum from the Provost, … Continue reading

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Space Issues

At her State of the University address last Thursday, President Indira Samarasekera asked everyone present to admire the building in which we were sitting, and to be sure to take a look around afterwards. Along with the¬†Centennial Centre for the … Continue reading

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Letter to the Provost & Visit to the Provincial Legislature

The letter to the Provost, Carl Amrhein, is now speedily proceeding, with the signatories to the letter to the VP Finance & Administration, Phyllis Clark, reviewing it in Google docs. If you would like to be included in the review … Continue reading

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Information Bulletin #7: “Nothing New to Report”

Information Bulletin #7, released yesterday, tells us there is nothing new to report on the cuts to the Faculty of Arts. Does anyone have anything new they would like to say about what we are facing in the Faculty, and … Continue reading

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