A message from newly-installed President Rose Vogt
The UWSA Board consists of nine (9) directors, some of whom hold the position of President, Past-President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer. Annually the President-Elect and two directors are elected to serve three-year terms. Joe Allen, UWSA Chief Returning Officer, gave his report today at the UWSA Annual General Meeting. The following candidates were successful in their bids for election.
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What is happening?
The University is developing a new strategic plan. The planning process will establish the University’s overall direction and the plan will define Waterloo’s strategic priorities, goals, and objectives for 2020-2025.
The Bridge to 2020, Waterloo’s new strategic planning process, will build on the 2013-2018 strategic plan and will determine the University’s institutional direction.
A UW’s Pension and Benefits Committee meeting was held last week. Our consultant let us know that with the change in Ontario’s government, there might be some consequences to our pension plan. They’ll be monitoring this and will be reporting back. There were three very interesting reportsincluded in the agenda.
Candidates Debate: Post-Secondary Education as a Provincial Priority
Local candidates will gather at Wilfrid Laurier University on Wednesday, May 16 to debate post-secondary issues in the lead-up to the June 7 provincial election. The debate will feature candidates for each major provincial political party and will be moderated by the CBC One radio host Craig Norris. The event is free and open to the public