- Carleton University Senior Administration has unilaterally decided to evict the Neuroscience department from the Life Sciences Research Building by March 1, 2017 to make way for the renovation and construction of the ARISE building
- No viable alternative location has been proposed, and no detailed project plan has been devised for such a move
- Carleton’s announcement of the eviction came without consultation of the faculty, staff, and students effected by the order
- Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level are experiencing stress and mental anguish due to the uncertainty they are facing
- The eviction may add as much as another year to students’ degree completion times as research projects and theses are delayed as lab space and supervisors become unavailable
- Moving an operational lab that is conducting research without a plan to protect the work of students and faculty will lead to irreversible losses of time, reputation, and funding
- An all-party consultation leading to a mutually acceptable plan must begin immediately
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