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The Program Prioritization Process! Cuts Are Coming to a Program near You!

Central Student Association at the University of Guelph. “The Program Prioritization Process! Cuts Are Coming to a Program near You!” (n.d.) Web.

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Saskatchewan Isn’t the only School Doing ‘Program Prioritization’

Dehaas, Josh. “Saskatchewan Isn’t the only School Doing ‘Program Prioritization.’”Macleans, May 22, 2014. Web.

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Focus on Learning: A Student Vision for Improving Post-Secondary Education in Nova Scotia

Andres, Danielle and Jonathan Williams. “Focus on Learning: A Student Vision for Improving Post-Secondary Education in Nova Scotia.” Halifax: Students Nova Scotia, May 21, 2014. Web.

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University Senates are Being Sidelined

Pettigrew, Todd. “University Senates are Being Sidelined.” Macleans, May 8, 2014. Web.

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Explaining the Program Prioritization Process

Mancuso, Maureen. “Explaining the Program Prioritization Process.” University Affairs, March 12, 2014. Web.

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Academic Prioritization – an Attack on Tenure

Bhattacharyya, Nalinaksha. “Academic Prioritization – an Attack on Tenure.” CAUT Bulletin, 61, 2, February 2014. Web.

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TransformUS: Even Worse than Predicted

Howe, Eric. “TransformUS: Even Worse than Predicted.” University of Saskatchewan Faculty Association, January 20, 2014. Web.

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Doing the PPP: A Skeptical Perspective

Groarke, Leo and Beverly Hamilton. “Doing the PPP: A Skeptical Perspective.” Academic Matters, January 13, 2014. Web.

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Robert Dickeson: Right for Ontario? An Analysis of Program Prioritization

Heron, Craig. “Robert Dickeson: Right for Ontario? An Analysis of Program Prioritization.” Toronto: Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations, December 4, 2013. Web.

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The Emperor Isn’t Wearing any Clothes: Intellectually Bankrupt Academic Prioritization

Howe, Eric. “The Emperor Isn’t Wearing any Clothes: Intellectually Bankrupt Academic Prioritization.” University of Saskatchewan Faculty Association, November 15, 2013. Web.

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