Halifax – The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT), which represents more than 1,400 faculty from eight universities across Nova Scotia, supports Dalhousie University student Masuma Khan’s right to freedom of expression. “ANSUT is absolutely committed to academic freedom.
Join Janet Morrill, PhD, FCPA, FCA, FCGA to hear how the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) improved job security, guaranteed renewal, and limited use of sessional instructors through collective bargaining. BMO Room, Halifax Central Library Monday, October 23 7
Halifax – News that Acadia University received $24.5 million in emergency funding came as a surprise to over 1,400 hundred faculty, contract staff and librarians at eight universities across Nova Scotia represented by the Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers
Halifax – The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) is pleased to announce that Robert Scott Stewart, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy at Cape Breton University, has accepted the position of president for the organization. Stewart’s one-year term begins July
Halifax – There are no straight As in a report card that grades political parties on how they would support university education if they are elected on May 30. The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) surveyed the Liberal,