Video: Why grad students should have an online presenceMaking sure your digital brand aligns with your research and personality is key when applying to jobs.
Career options in publishing for humanities graduatesGrad school is a good time to start exploring a career path in publishing.
Introverts and the conference circuitMany professors are introverts, but teaching conferences don’t seem to recognize that fact.
Careers Café: Giving upGiving up on plan A isn't uncommon or a failure, writes Liz Koblyk. But do consider what your new career path might look like first.
Speculative Diction: Student engagement and the PhD, part 1Melonie Fullick is skeptical about the systems of assessment that are applied once we standardize “engagement” as a thing to be catalogued, described, measured, and compared.
From PhD to Life: Don’t shy away from informational interviewsJennifer Polk explains how these talks provide career explorers with a first-hand understanding of the work world.
Canadian university leaders take the ice bucket challenge for ALS awareness, fundraising
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge aims to raise funds and awareness around the fatal neurodegenerative disease. It’s recently caught on with leaders at Canadian universities.
The honour society: value in social exclusion
Jonathan Thon says the best protection against poor or bogus science is to excessively filter our content.
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The move towards corporate governance threatens creative thinking at the time we need it most.