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In partnership with the Association of Canadian College and University Ombudspersons (ACCUO), the European Network of Ombuds in Higher Education (ENOHE), and the International Ombuds Association (IOA), AORC is organising a webinar “SHOWCASING HIGHER EDUCATION OMBUDSMAN.” The “Showcasing Sectoral Ombudsman (Higher Education Ombudsman)R
Be sure to read this article by ENOHE member Paul Herfs. (Just click on the title to be taken to the link) article Journal of the International Ombudsman Association.Paul Herfs
The joint FCO/ACCUO Conference included two days of keynote presentations, concurrent learning sessions, a welcome reception and more. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet and interact with friends, colleagues, and peers from all levels of government, education, banking, private corporations, health care and a...
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Welcome to the following individuals who have recently become ACCUO members: Navneet Chand, Undergraduate Ombuds Intern, University of Alberta Kemi Oke, Ombudsperson, York University Teresa Placha, Ombudsperson, Algoma University Meghan Rego, Assistant Ombudsperson, McMaster University Heather Trojak, Associate Ombudsperson, Queen’s Univ
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After listening to the views of its members in support of the Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter, as expressed at the ACCUO AGM meeting on June 17, 2020, the executive committee fully supports the following statement: “ACCUO stands in solidarity with the black community and...
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Synopsis Concerned about the completion rate of PhD degrees in The Netherlands, Paul Herfs invited academic ombuds3 from Canada, Germany, and the U.S.A. to consider the plight of PhD students in their respective countries. The four ombuds noticed that, while their systems are different, the...
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Carolyn Brendon, Eastern Representive of ACCUO, sent a letter to Ontario’s Premier Ford and Minster Fullerton. The letter requests the ancillary fees that support campus ombuds’ offices be deemed a mandatory fee rather than an opt-out part of the fee structure. Read the full letter...
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http://nytimes.com/2017/09/13/opinion/berkeley-dean-erwin-chemerinsky.html A Q&A with Berkeley’s law school dean about protest, violence and censorship.
Pierrick Rouat, Law student from McGill University, wins the $1000.00 prize offered by our Association to an undergraduate student from a University for the quality of his text Justice for Those who can Afford it or Justice for All, he impressed us with his thoughtful and...
Daphne Shaed, a Sociology student from Camosun College, wins the $1000.00 prize offered by our Association to a college student for her essay Unity Does Not Mean Uniformity. Her authenticity touched us deeply and the quality of her writing was impressive. (On the picture) Carter McDonald,...