University World News
Opinion: Are campus free speech and inclusion incompatible?
Is academic freedom a platform to share any controversial ideas that come to light or must professors cushion their opinions to make class a safer place for diverse students?
Saint Mary’s entrepreneurship hub closer to reality after provincial investment
The province announced March 15 that about $11 million has been earmarked to cover part of the cost of the Entrepreneurship, Discovery and Innovation Hub.
Globe and Mail
Ontarians don’t trust government to improve quality of higher education: poll
Young Ontarians are more concerned than older people about the impact of teaching by part-time university professors, according to a poll by OCUFA.
University talk featuring anti-immigration speaker Faith Goldy cancelled after fire alarm pulled
Despite protests, more than 175 people lined up at Wilfrid Laurier University to hear Goldy.
University teachers group launches inquiry into case of outspoken Acadia prof
The Canadian Association of University Teachers is launching an inquiry into the case of an outspoken East Coast professor under investigation following complaints over his polarizing views.
U of W faculty association raising questions about interim president
The University of Windsor Faculty Association is questioning the “legitimacy” of the school’s newly appointed interim president.