USask College of Nursing changes draw no-confidence vote from faculty, support from USask

At the University of Saskatchewan, faculty recently passed a no-confidence vote against the USask College of Nursing leadership. Faculty expressed concerns that included issues with workload and hiring, a lack of consultation, and the impact of the decision to close the Regina campus on the future of nursing education in the province. USask Provost Airini issued a statement acknowledging the concerns that have been building about the changes in the College of Nursing and to express that Dean Solina Richter has the full report of the university. “Within her first six months as dean, Dr. Solina Richter is actively engaged in hearing these concerns, and has initiated several key actions to advance and unify the college,” Airini said in the statement. “This will take time.” CBC| Regina Leaderpost Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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