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BY CAROLYN WATTERS | APR 06 2009

An interview with Kevin Vessey, dean of graduate studies at St. Mary’s University

BY DANIEL DROLET | APR 06 2009

The annual gathering of humanities and social sciences associations is coming May 23 to 31 in Ottawa. Are you ready to make new friends?

BY UA/AU | MAR 23 2009

University of Windsor’s Janice Drakich breaks down the faculty recruitment process in Canada and offers advice to academics job searching in a recession

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | MAR 09 2009

Straightforward advice for job candidates in search of a professorial recommendation

BY NICOLE ARBOUR | MAR 09 2009

In conversation with Cathy Keates, author of Not for sale! Why we need a new job search mindset

BY CAROLYN WATTERS | MAR 09 2009

An interview with John ApSimon, interim executive director, Ontario Council on Graduate Studies

BY CAROLYN WATTERS | FEB 23 2009

An interview with Gary Slater, dean of graduate and postdoctoral studies, University of Ottawa

BY SUZANNE BOWNESS | FEB 09 2009

Four steps to make your presence felt online

BY ALEXANDER L. BOND | FEB 09 2009

Your website is how you attract scholarly talent to your research program; so why are you letting it languish?

BY CAROLYN WATTERS | FEB 09 2009

An interview with Dan Russell, research scientist at Google

BY CAROLYN WATTERS | JAN 26 2009

An interview with Martin Kreiswirth, dean of graduate studies, McGill University

BY FRANCINE MCKENZIE | JAN 12 2009

Five tips to impress your audience and get the most out of your presentation

BY NICOLE ARBOUR | JAN 12 2009

Interviewing for jobs in private industry is a piece of cake, if you know what’s expected of you

BY NICK TAYLOR-VAISEY | DEC 15 2008

Scholarly publishers say expect major revisions to your dissertation

BY NICOLE ARBOUR | DEC 01 2008

Staying Human during Residency Training author Allan D. Peterkin discusses his book

BY DALTON KEHOE | DEC 01 2008

Give your students the gift of a better lecture

BY NANDA DIMITROV | NOV 17 2008

Five practical tips to help you beat academic culture shock

NOV 03 2008

Kevin Hutchings is a professor of English literature at University of Northern British Columbia, as well as a Canada Research Chair in Romantic Studies. He has also produced a CD of music set to the poetry of English poet William Blake (which you can listen to a sampling of here; and, read more about here).

BY NANDA DIMITROV | NOV 03 2008

Recognizing the five stages of academic culture shock

BY CAROLYN WATTERS, SUNNY MARCHE + DIETER PELZER | NOV 03 2008

Six best practices for supervisors, students and supervisory committees