The Dalhousie Faculty Association represents more than 870 Faculty (professors and instructors), Professional Librarians and Counsellors working at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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You are welcome to a public lecture Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Ondaatje Hall, McCain Building, Dalhousie University, 6135 University Ave. by University of Ottawa professor Scott Findlay titled Governing in the Dark: Evidence, Accountability and the Future of Canadian Science. Scott was one of the organizers of the Death of Evidence march… [read more]
Notice went out Wednesday (Feb 19) about two consultations on library budget allocation formulae to address “historical allocations of the budget so that resources can be divided equitably across the five libraries. “The three allocation formula are based on elements such as: • university priorities (operating budgets and research dollars) • the number of faculty… [read more]
The Liberal government will increase funding to universities by one per cent this year, according to an article in allnovascotia.com, quoting Advanced Education Minister Kelly Regan. She told university presidents last month that the operating grants paid to provincial universities will rise to $317 million for 2014-15, an increase of $3.3 million. The NDP had… [read more]
Dear Friends of NSGA, The Dalhousie Faculty Association supports the work of the Nova Scotia – Gambia Association, so we are sharing this invitation from the Board of Directors of the Nova Scotia – Gambia Association to attend its the 29th Annual African Dinner at the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel on March 1st. The terrific… [read more]
The Mount Allison Faculty Association, representing nearly 200 full-time and part-time academics at University of Mount Allison, took their members out at midnight when weekend talks failed to bridge the gap on workload and salaries, and protecting the academic mission. Click here for the CBC story.