CAUT

AcronymDefinition
CAUTCanadian Association of University Teachers
CAUTCaution
CAUTCommittee for the Advancement of University Teaching (Australia)
CAUTCollege and University Technicians (Piano Technicians Guild category)
CAUTCambridge Association of University Teachers (UK)
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Canadian Association of University Teachers' (CAUT) Executive Director David Robinson visited Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU).
Samina Amin Qadir, Vice Chancellor, and discussed the mandate and scope of Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), for possible collaboration in terms of professional development of faculty, academic leadership and research opportunities.
While much of the media attention on this scandal focused on that conflict of interest and the individual people involved, CAUT's (2017) review focused primarily on the institution's core responsibility to uphold academic freedom and integrity.
Carbon isotopes function as markers, since they fractionate very little in the food chains, while nitrogen isotopes are used commonly in processes to estimate trophic positions (FRY et al., 1999; VANDER ZANDEN et al., 1999; TIUNOV, 2007; CAUT et al., 2009).
Robbins was a visiting scholar with the CAUT in 2003.
With the Canadian provincial governments continuing to fund on average about 65% of the cost of university education in 2009, though that has decreased from 90% in 1979, Canadian students might even consider themselves fortunate in comparison (CAUT, 2012a).
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MacKinnon presents his views on this topic forcefully, in opposition to those of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
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