Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations
Fédération des Assocations des Professeurs Universitaires du Manitoba

  • Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations

The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations (MOFA) is comprised of faculty associations from Brandon University, Université de Saint-Boniface, University of Manitoba, and University of Winnipeg representing approximately 1,600 individual academic staff.

Current Issues

Students, faculty, call on Pallister to put more money on the kitchen table April 12, 2021

Students, faculty, call on Pallister to put more money on the kitchen table Use unspent money to prevent skyrocketing tuition fees and drastic budget cuts   Winnipeg- The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations (MOFA) and the

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MOFA: Manitoba Budget receives a failing grade for universities April 7, 2021

MOFA: Manitoba Budget receives a failing grade for universities Budget cuts will jeopardize the future of post-secondary education “Years of freezes and cuts to post-secondary funding by the Pallister government jeopardize the future of our universities,”

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Manitoba PCs plagiarizing legislation from an American corporate lobby group March 18, 2021

Manitoba PCs plagiarizing legislation from an American corporate lobby group   Every university student learns the importance of honest attribution of sources of information. Failure to do so is plagiarism and constitutes academic misconduct resulting in

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MOFA is a vehicle for communication and coordination across the faculties of professional scholars in Manitoba contributing to regional, national, and international social, scientific, cultural, state, and economic development within ecological integrity. We convene to secure our integrity as protectors of rigorous knowledge and free human expression across social, spatial, and historical boundaries.

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