U-15 begins to formalize its organization

Peggy Berkowitz, University Affairs, May 30, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Wow, that's audacity: "We’re not there to diminish any other piece of the agenda. We’re there to add a spotlight on the issues that are most important to us. I understand that there is potential that … smaller comprehensive universities may feel we have a louder voice and steal more of the agenda, but arguably more of the federal money comes to our community anyway." So says Suzanne Corbeil defending the newly-formed U-15 group representing 15 of Canada’s most research-intensive universities (note to numbers 10-15: they'll throw you under the bus too if it becomes convenient).

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