‘Universities don’t become different just by wishing for it’: Eve Tuck on the challenge of changing academia
For Eve Tuck, Indigenization in post-secondary institutions is less about what words or mandates universities adopt, and more about who and how they are hired.
The politics of citation: Is the peer review process biased against Indigenous academics?
For Indigenous academics whose work focuses on Indigenous issues, the peer review process can be difficult to go through.
Innovation minor at Mac will help students better understand the intersection of technology and entrepreneurship
The program is being offered jointly between the Faculty of Engineering and the DeGroote School of Business, but the innovation minor is open to any McMaster student.
Nova Scotia researchers learning on land from endangered giant blue whale
Gordon Price of Dalhousie University is having a whale of a time on a project that will help connect more people with an endangered giant of the deep.
Law students now required to study Indigenous legal traditions
Incoming first-year law students at the University of Windsor will be required to take a course in Indigenous legal traditions when classes begin next week.