AUFA votes in favour of “no confidence” motion against Acadia leadership

Members of the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) have voted “no confidence” in the leadership ability of Acadia University’s senior administration, reports CAUT. Members voted 89% in favour of a motion that formally expresses a lack of confidence in the leadership. CBC reports that the motion was partially in response to the strike in February and took into account issues related to student protests, the new student registration system, and other factors. “We are working hard to listen … and respect the fact that the faculty council has taken the time to express these in the form of the motion that was put forward last week,” said Acadia Executive Director of Communications Ian Murray. CAUT| CBC Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.