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BY JULIE MCGONEGAL | APR 23 2018

Professional editing is a lifelong learning journey.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | MAR 30 2018

Some insight from speakers at the sold-out summit, which was hosted by the Indigenous Education Network at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

BY MELANIE J. GREENE, MARIE VANDER KLOET & MICHAL KASPRZAK | MAR 08 2018

If graduate education is to undergo serious change, relying on the development of supervision abilities only through modeling or memory seems out of step.

BY JENNIFER RAFF | FEB 05 2018

It’s a skill that can help you distinguish between good and bad interpretations of research.

BY GINA BELTRÁN | JAN 10 2018

Two scholars question the premise of research universities as knowledge creators and disseminators.

BY BRITTANY A. E. JAKUBIEC | DEC 11 2017

Regardless of how hard we try, graduate student parents often feel at odds while trying to mend the gap between academia and parenthood.

BY DAVID SMITH | NOV 03 2017

When asked by students for advice on email etiquette, I tell them to stick to the three golden C’s: be clear, concise, and courteous.

BY REBECCA PERO | OCT 24 2017

A few tips that can help PhD mothers complete some of the major dissertation milestones.

BY DIANA PETRARCA | OCT 20 2017

After receiving advice to buckle down until I got tenure, I wish I had stopped to raise my head every once in a while.

BY JENNIFER POLK | OCT 13 2017

“We’re looking for people who have had distinctions and who hopefully bring relevant policy experience,” says Patrick Borbey.

BY RÉMI QUIRION | OCT 11 2017

Interested in becoming a scientific adviser? Here are some points to keep in mind from Quebec’s chief scientist.

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | SEP 29 2017

When students don’t participate, neither they nor their peers can learn as much.

BY BARRY RIES | SEP 19 2017

Before you even print off the application forms to request funding for your research project, take some time to review these tips.

BY MICHAEL FREEMAN | SEP 01 2017

“It’s difficult to know what you’re truly passionate about until you try it.”

BY ANQI SHEN | AUG 22 2017

How to improve your shot at a research training award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

BY ERIN CLOW, EMMA SOBEL, JOELLE B. THORPE & JENNIFER VALBERG | AUG 08 2017

Why ongoing support is important while navigating an academic career.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | JUL 25 2017

While at Congress 2017, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council hosted a Career Corner presentation called “SSHRC Talent: Scholarships, Fellowships and Beyond.” The two presenters, Melissa Dubreuil, the an acting manager of the Research Training Portfolio, and Stephanie Robertson, a SSHRC program officer, highlighted 10 tips to ensure a successful SSHRC application, as well […]

BY TARA SIEBARTH | JUN 28 2017

A York University professor has coined the term “redirection” to reflect the new, emerging stage of one’s career that occurs after traditional retirement.

BY CHRIS HOUSER | JUN 07 2017

Don’t forget the faculty.

BY ADAM CHAPNICK & KIM RICHARD NOSSAL | MAY 23 2017

More journals should invite mid-level and junior scholars to join.