Meet the next generation of social-media-savvy graduate studentsBuilding an online space to highlight your academic work will help you come job search time.
Graduate journals are more than just a first shot at publishingWriting articles helps improve your writing style, teaches how to become an effective peer reviewer and builds leadership skills.
Going back to university – in ScotlandA master’s degree was always on my to-do list. Now, here I am.
Careers Café: Tinkering with your careerLiz Koblyk wants you to focus on what you can produce rather than on whether you’re qualified to produce it.
From PhD to Life: Transition Q & A: Emily Simmons"Since I’ve taken this post-academic job, I’ve treated the end of my relationship with academia as a literal break-up," Emily Simmons told Jennifer Polk.
The Black Hole: No jobs in academe? Consider becoming a scientist-entrepreneurIf academia represents intellectual freedom and independence, and industry represents job security and earning potential, then entrepreneurship is the best of both worlds, says Jonathan Thon.
Speculative Diction: Break the binders - Gender, media, & women's "choices"Melonie Fullick responds to Steve Paikin's recent blog post about the lack of female experts on his TV show, The Agenda.
A short walk down memory lane before the Internet.
Six myths about contract faculty in Canada
Let’s discard our false assumptions about adjuncts’ relationship with the university, tenured faculty and the public.
“This enrolment boom is now over. We knew this would happen.”
Athletics connect universities with their communities and fosters healthier, better educated citizens.