Nipissing University is embarking on a new strategic planning process that will lay the foundation for the future of the institution over the next five years and beyond. To guide the development of the new strategic plan, Nipissing is seeking input from its partners through various forms of engagement. As one opportunity to provide input, members of the community are invited to share their thoughts and ideas through an online survey: https://strategicplanning.nipissingu.ca/survey
The ongoing acts of violence against women in Iran are deeply concerning and distressing to many members of our university community, especially for NU students, staff, and faculty members from Iran or those with close ties to the country.
At Nipissing University, we celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of Black students, staff, and faculty members in academic and campus life and their tireless advocacy and activism, whether individually or through collectives such as the Nipissing University Black Association for Student Expression (NUBASE) and the Caucus of Racialized Persons (CRP), towards issues of anti-racism, equity, and discrimination on our campus both past and present, difficult work that is sometimes performed within a context of trauma that is inflicted through racist actions and systemic injustices.
As the holiday break inches closer and 2021 draws to a close, on behalf of Nipissing University I wanted to extend warm wishes to you and yours for a safe and relaxing holiday season. Sincerely, Kevin B. Wamsley
Nipissing University sits on the territory of Nipissing First Nation, the territory of the Anishnabek, within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850.
We are grateful to be able to live and learn on these lands with all our relations.