Category Archives: Donors

Collaboration Between Donors and Institutes of Higher Learning and Research: “On What Terms?”

CAUT has published a report, Open for Business: On What Terms? (November 2013) that has investigated the relationship between 12 collaborators and Canadian universities, the University of Toronto, being one of them (Munk School of Global Affairs and others). open-for-business-(nov-2013)

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Discussion about Donors and Academic Freedom at the University of Waterloo

“Daylong session in Waterloo, Ont., prompted by recent debates over donor influence at some Canadian universities.”  Sept. 19, 2012. University Affairs

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