CAUT investigates Crandall U faith policy

September 17, 2009

The Canadian Association of University Teachers has appointed 2 professors -- one from Mount Allison University, the other from the University of New Brunswick -- to investigate whether Crandall University, formerly known as Atlantic Baptist University, is denying academic freedom to its faculty. Crandall U requires a statement of faith as a condition of employment. A university administrator says the school stands by its practices, and it is co-operating with the investigation. CAUT recently released a report on its investigation into Trinity Western University's faith policy. CBC