Five Things We Learned from the Damning Report on the University of Calgary’s Connections with Enbridge
Senior administrators at the University of Calgary suppressed academic freedom and failed to address glaring conflicts of interest while attempting to establish an Enbridge-funded research centre, according to a report commissioned by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) that was released Wednesday.
The report — co-authored by Alison Hearn of the University of Western Ontario and Gus Van Harten of York University — is the result of almost two years of investigation, and starkly contradicts the findings of the university’s own internal review of the situation.
Van Harten, Gus.
"Five Things We Learned from the Damning Report on the University of Calgary’s Connections with Enbridge."
(13 October 2017):