U of British Columbia Faculty Votes No Confidence

March 30, 2016

The Faculty Association of the University of British Columbia has voted no confidence in the institution's board, CBC News reported. Professors have been angry over the board's role in the departure of the president last year, and the way board leaders have responded to criticism from professors. The university released a statement after the vote in which it said that it took faculty concerns seriously and that faculty, alumni and student representatives had been to a board meeting in April to discuss governance issues.

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