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BY STEPHEN STRAUSS | NOV 05 2007

One reason may be the master’s degree

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | SEP 10 2007

To most of her colleagues, Maureen Connolly is known as the director of Brock University’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Educational Technology. She is also a popular teacher and 3M Teaching Fellow. But to others she is Maureen Connolly, professional bodybuilder. A professor of physical education and kinesiology, Dr. Connolly has been participating in bodybuilding […]

BY PEGGY BERKOWITZ | AUG 07 2007

There’s growing awareness that newly minted researchers need professional skills that enhance their technical knowledge of their discipline. Demands for professional skills – such as written and oral communication, project management, leadership and teaching – are coming from at least three groups: graduate students, who are concerned about their marketability; the academic research community, with […]

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | FEB 12 2007

University heads increasingly have to juggle competing interests and the balancing act isn’t always easy