Tips to boost response rates for online evaluationsThey are important.
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How to leverage media attention into a tenure-track faculty positionThere are more opportunities than ever for academics to gain attention for their research.
Careers Café: Positively TrueLiz Koblyk wants you to figure out what the dominant theme is in the stories you tell about yourself.
Speculative Diction: Mental health in academe: let’s get our stories straightWe’re still seeing ignorant and damaging stereotypes of mental illness being presented regularly in the media, says Melonie Fullick.
The Black Hole: Sorry Rick Mercer, I’d love to agree but I think you’re wrongDavid Kent questions Mr. Mercer’s assertion that Canadians are passionate about science.
From PhD to Life: Are you hoping instead of acting?Instead of hope what we need is acceptance of reality and commitment to moving forward, says Jennifer Polk.
Canada’s international education strategy: progressing, but still a muddle
There seems to be a disconnect between what we want from international students, what they want from us and what we’re delivering to them.
Tips on surviving “Chronic Adjunctivitis”
Workplace culture involves you, too.
The root of the problem is that too much government funding is going to those who don’t teach.
By encouraging researchers to publish in international journals, we may be steering their work in the wrong direction.