The COVID-19 crisis brings teaching and learning opportunity.
Some helpful resources and tools for professors who have to quickly move their courses online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
No one expects you to become an online teaching guru overnight. The best any of us can do is just get through the rest of the semester by focusing on student learning.
The University of Toronto G2G Peer Advisors provide graduate students with practical conflict resolution and communication advice.
A retreat is a great way to address the challenges faced by the unhappiest faculty in academe.
Some mindfulness programs are trying to bring mindfulness to underserved communities and youth in crisis.
University of Alberta’s alumni office launches a career advice podcast, What the Job?
Is working full-time in academe an illusory ideal?
We don’t have to convince academics of the merits of publishing – but what about the rest of us?
What you can expect to encounter as a contract faculty member.
In a competitive job market, strategic planning is a key component of professional development.
Academics working with a board have the opportunity to grow their personal network and gain greater perspective which informs future research directions.
I can be an effective scholar and leader only if I am healthy both physically and mentally.
Once a hotly debated position in academe, the teaching-only stream is become more commonplace on campus.
A case study from the human rights and equity office at Queen’s University.
In response to the article “Why I decided not to pursue a PhD after completing my master’s”, Kharoll-Ann Souffrant explains what motivates her to continue her studies.
Supervisors and graduate program chairs need to encourage the use of these important campus resources.
I am determined to amplify my voice so I can have impact in the work I do.
Help increase your readership and citation rates on your research articles.
People use wayfinding techniques to navigate unfamiliar situations, and university students should be no different.