Jan. 25, 2017
Canada’s accidental brain drain
Features
An expat explains how a temporary leave to study in the U.K. turned into a life abroad – and what the government could do to bring him back.
BY ADAM CRYMBLE | JAN 23 2017

Poetry pops up on Mount Royal campus
Poetry pops up on Mount Royal campus
Faculty, students take to typewriters to create poems on demand.
BY ANQI SHEN | JAN 24 2017

Steering clear of predatory open access journals: beyond Beall’s List
Steering clear of predatory open access journals: beyond Beall’s List
If the famous blacklist is to be replaced, it needs a rethink.
BY MARC COUTURE | JAN 25 2017

Advertisement

Janet Morrison reflects on 25 years of championing student success at York U
Features
The outgoing vice-provost, students, is taking up a new post at Sheridan College.
BY NATALIE SAMSON | JAN 25 2017

Open access and academic publishing – an interview with Dr. Martin Paul Eve
Open access and academic publishing – an interview with Dr. Martin Paul Eve
A frank discussion about open access publishing, Dr. Eve's own Open Library for the Humanities, and what future he sees for the academic publishing industry.
BY MELONIE FULLICK | JAN 19 2017

Transition update: Kelly J. Baker and Joseph Fruscione
Transition update: Kelly J. Baker and Joseph Fruscione
BY JENNIFER POLK | JAN 18 2017

Kim Pittaway University of King’s College

Kim Pittaway has been named executive director of the MFA in Creative Nonfiction program at University of King’s College. Ms. Pittaway has been a mentor to writers in the program and was previously a consultant for Magazines Canada, president of the National Magazine Awards Foundation and editor-in-chief of Chatelaine. She currently sits on the board of the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia.

More appointment notices »


  1. Architecture - Open Rank/Assistant Professor
    McGill University
  2. Special Advisor to the dean
    University of Victoria
  3. Wood and Forest Sciences - Professor (Wood Resource Management)
    Université Laval
     Search Jobs          >
  1. 7 missing pieces: why students prefer in-person over online classes
  2. COVID-19: updates for Canada’s universities
  3. The growing role of charitable donations in higher education
  4. Empowering doctoral students – and other universities
  5. Ryerson University officially changes its name to Toronto Metropolitan University
  6. What all academics should know about the growth mindset: your science-based superpower for success
  7. The art of reconciliation

Jennifer Polk
Februray 2017

Our cover story looks at the rise of the student research pitch. We also explore the role of the academy in Canada’s innovation agenda, pushing reset on faculty/admin/board relations, behind the scenes at Canada’s largest hackathon, and the impact of the Canada Foundation for Innovation over 20 years.

Our December issue lands the week of Nov. 7. Subscribe for free and make sure you get it.

Subscribe for free »


Newsletter Archive