Annual General Winter Membership Meeting – Sign Up Today!

Annual General Winter Membership Meeting

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The Winter Annual General Meeting will take place on March 15, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Zoom.

To participate, you must complete your registration in advance. This step is especially important to allow us to confirm that you are a member in good standing of the APTPUO.

Once an APTPUO staff member has confirmed your registration, you will receive an email with details on how to participate in the Assembly.

Please note that the link you will receive to participate in the meeting is unique to you and cannot, therefore, be shared.

If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact us at

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  1. Introduction

  2. Adoption of the Agenda

  3. Adoption of the Minutes of December 9, 2020

  4. Report of the Board of Directors

  5. Motion

    1. Adoption of the new by-laws

  6. Elections of the Bargaining Committee

  7. Discussion on bimodal courses

  8. Varia

  9. Adjournment

Part-Time Professor of the Year Award Ceremony

March 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom

Since 1996, the Association has presented an award of excellence in teaching to one of its members who have stood out throughout the previous year.  Sponsored by University of Ottawa and the APTPUO, the Award consists of a $2000 honorarium to be conferred during the special lecture given by the recipient.

To celebrate the recipient of the 2020 Part-Time Professor of the Year Award, Guergana Mileva from the Faculty of Social Sciences, we invite you to a virtual ceremony on March 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. (just before the AGM) on Zoom.

Picture of Guergana, Recipient of the Part-Time Professor of the Year Award.
Professor at the School of Psychology of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Attend the Ceremony here! 

Inclusivity in Academia, Panel organized by: Karine Coen-Sanchez, PH.D. Student at the University of Ottawa. "What about us?" A scholarly discussion. Let's change the "normal", open your mind to a different reality. Panelist includes Dr. Naa Afua Dadesen, Celina Caesar-Chavannes from Queen's University, our colleagues, Dr. Joseph E. Youssef Sawan and Saba Hersi, M.ED.

Statements are not enough! 

It is imperative to continuously work together to reassess the embedded systematic and oppressive structures within academia. To bring forth change that will provide ongoing support to Black, Indigenous and racialized students. Karine Coen-Sanchez, PhD student in the faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa is administering her fourth panel.

Please join in the conversation on March 12, 2021 – register here.