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Education and satisfaction are antithetical - October 2014

Why keep on assessing how students feel? More…

Coverage by the Telegraph Journal - October 2014

What is really broken in province? More…

What is Really Broken in New Brunswick? October 2014

The editorial of the Telegraph-Journal (2 Oct.), predictably, came down hard against the arbitrator’s decision in the labour dispute between the University of New Brunswick and the Association of the University of New Brunswick Teachers. More…

The profs deserved their increase - October 2014

Last Thursday’s editorial in this paper, “Arbitration Process Broken,” (Oct.2) demands a response, but where to begin? More…

Brian Gallant unveils his 13-person Liberal cabinet - October 2014

Premier Brian Gallant did not give his 12 new cabinet ministers much time to savour their new jobs before reminding them they have very difficult decisions to make in the next four years. More…

AUNBT/UNB Contract Arbitration Settled - September 2014

The Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers (AUNBT) would like to announce that last night they received the ruling from the Arbitration Board that had been tasked with resolving the outstanding issues of the contract negotiations between their full-time members and their Employer, the University of New Brunswick. Members of the full-time bargaining unit received the news shortly thereafter. More…

UNB review fails to address non-confidence issues, says union leader - September 2014

The head of the Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers says an administrative and structural review of the University of New Brunswick done by an external committee has some helpful recommendations, but fails to address faculty concerns about job performance that led to several non-confidence votes in the spring. More…

The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations Reports on the Political Parties’ Responses to its Post-Secondary Education Questionnaire - September 2014

The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FBNFA) is pleased to see that four of the five recognized political parties participating in the New Brunswick elections responded to its questionnaire on post-secondary education. More…

Two leaders excluded from televised event - September 2014

The president of the federation representing university professors across the province says he isn’t expecting St. Thomas University or CTV to change their minds about excluding the leaders of two of the province’s five registered political parties from a televised leaders roundtable. More…

STU Debate - September 2014

Terry Seguin talks to the president of the Federation of NB Faculty Associations Jean Sauvageau, and STU Director of Communications Jeffrey Carleton, after St. Thomas University agreed to host a debate that excludes two provincial party leaders: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/Maritimes/ID/2521186367/