Dear Members of the Carleton Community,
The Carleton University administrative team is aware of the concerns of the students and faculty in Neuroscience and has offered written assurances that an appropriate solution will be found. We are close to an agreement that will provide access to suitable facilities. Research will continue with minimal disruption. All students will be able to complete their projects in time to graduate and the university will be able to meet the terms of the funding agreement. Once this arrangement is finalized, everyone will be invited to participate in helping ensure that the interests of each individual are included with the greatest care.
We ask for your patience and collaboration for the short time required to resolve the issues raised.
Roseann O’Reilly Runte
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