TORONTO, Nov. 6, 2013 /CNW/ - This week, organizations representing Ontario graduate students are launching a province-wide survey on bullying and harassment on Ontario campuses. The survey, Not in the Syllabus, is the first of its kind in Ontario and will inform the development of various campus resources related to identifying and addressing bullying, harassment and mental health issues for graduate students.
|What:||Launch of Not in the Syllabus graduate student survey on bullying and harassment|
|Location:||Room 3311 Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto 252 Bloor St. West|
|Date:||Thursday, November 7, 2013|
Not in the Syllabus is a joint project of the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario, the Public Service Alliance of Canada Ontario and the Ontario University Workers Coordinating Committee of the Canadian Union of Public Employees-Ontario.
The Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario represents more than 300,000 college and university students, including more than 90 per cent of graduate students in the province.
SOURCE: Canadian Federation of Students - Ontario
For further information:
Kaley Kennedy, Communications and Government Relations Coordinator: 647-302-3891