Lethbridge College, faculty continue to contest vision of “academic transformation”

April 28, 2016

A new survey reveals that faculty at Lethbridge College continue to express a lack of confidence in the school’s administration. The Calgary Herald reports that at least 60% of surveyed faculty members replied that they had misgivings about the school’s top administrators, and that these numbers show a lack of progress in bridging the divide between the groups since faculty passed a vote of non-confidence in the board a year ago. Lethbridge CEO Paula Burns attributes these results to disagreement over the school’s vision for “academic transformation.” Burns added that faculty were now leading the effort to recraft this aspect of the school’s vision. Calgary Herald