By rebranding office hours, having assignment debriefs and doing a survey after each module, I am able to build higher quality courses.
Feels like a research slowdown has turned into a full stop? There are some strategies to help rekindle the excitement for your scholarship.
By using your emotions like data, grad students and leaders alike will be able to boost productivity, engagement as well as their overall well-being.
An instructor and student reflect on the importance of making courses more accessible for those with disabilities.
This has been a journey of resilience and making the best out of a weird situation.
By making smarter choices for our spaces, quarantining for longer periods of time may become more manageable.
Take the opportunity to try different publishing avenues, change the course of your research or recognize that all scholars run into a slowdown at some point in their career – this does not make you a failure.
How to raise and resolve difficult academic work issues.
Four young scientists describe how they were able to adapt and ultimately thrive during the pandemic.
Unlike specialists who possess depth in one area and generalists who have breadth but no depth, “versatilists” are the best of both worlds.
What the rapid shift to remote delivery has shown us about the value of compassion.
Whether I am in a studio or lecture hall, in-person or online, what matters most is that I teach clearly and precisely so that students can incorporate the benefits of the class material for themselves.
A look at some of the common research obstacles faculty may face once they have received tenure.
The current peer review system chews up and spits out authors – where reviewers are acting more as gatekeepers for publishers than as advising peers.
Focusing on feel rather than fit can promote greater happiness and engagement.
Whether we like it or not, the CV plays a huge role in the tenure process, so telling the right story is key.
Non-academic mentors, especially those familiar with the culture of academia, can offer empathy, validation and healthy perspectives.
By participating in the Team Case Study program at U of T, life science graduates gain a competitive edge in the non-academic job market.
A conscious willingness to be vulnerable can relieve some anxiety and establish a sense of community.
The world has changed, but we cannot let that stop us from achieving or from connecting with one another.