UWaterloo plan to improve campus safety includes removal of public class information, investments in scholarship


The University of Waterloo has outlined its plan to address campus safety and rebuild community trust following the June 28 attack on Hagey Hall. In a statement released by the Provost’s office, UWaterloo shared that it is currently undertaking an assessment of its emergency processes and plans to remove class locations and instructor names from public websites. Additionally, UWaterloo stated that it will make investments to advance scholarship regarding antagonism in academia, continue to meet with the community, and create a new position in the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-racism that will focus on gender identity and expression.

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