AUFA votes no-confidence in AlgomaU president, AlgomaU board asserts full confidence

The Algoma University Faculty Association has reportedly voted “no-confidence” in AlgomaU President Asima Vezina. The group argues that this vote is an effort to defend the university’s “quality education and reputation” and asserts that Vezina has made changes that prioritize profit and privatization over student interests. AlgomaU Board of Governors chair Mike Moraca issued a written statement saying that the board “has full confidence in the president and senior leadership of the university.” Moraca further asserted that the university is financially stable and investing in its academic programming and faculty.

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