Halifax – A recent poll shows that 95% of Nova Scotians think post-secondary education (PSE) should be a high priority for the Nova Scotian provincial government. “This is the fourth poll we’ve conducted in ten years,” says Scott Stewart,
ANSUT urges Quebec’s National Assembly to reject bill regarding changes to the Charter of the Université de Montréal Halifax – The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) calls upon the National Assembly of Quebec to vote against a new
Halifax – Two members of The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) Council were honoured recently for their outstanding service to the university community and beyond. Dr. Robert Farmer, Associate
Bargaining between the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) and Acadia’s Board of Governors began in March 2017. By the end of June, the Board stopped bargaining. They refused to respond to AUFA’s most important proposals, forcing the association to file
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.