May 11, 2022
Ryerson University officially changes its name to Toronto Metropolitan University
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The move signals ‘a new chapter,’ after years of grassroots advocacy, consultation and committee work.
BY MICHAEL RANCIC | MAY 11 2022

Moving toward equity: hard questions, shared conversations at Toronto Metropolitan University
Moving toward equity: hard questions, shared conversations at Toronto Metropolitan University
Institutions of higher learning are ideally places where there is deliberation and reflection on hard questions, and a shared grappling with the public good.
BY JENNIFER S. SIMPSON | MAY 11 2022

University community reacts to Quebec’s new academic freedom bill
University community reacts to Quebec’s new academic freedom bill
While some applaud the government’s approach, others find it lacking.
BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | MAY 05 2022

Why it’s important to have effective mentorship training programs for postdoctoral fellows
Why it’s important to have effective mentorship training programs for postdoctoral fellows
When mentorship skills are a major influence on student success in STEM, how do you develop training that meets that challenge?
BY MELISSA DALGLEISH | MAY 05 2022

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Postsecondary teaching, cultural reproduction, and universality in the Canadian Francophonie
Postsecondary teaching, cultural reproduction, and universality in the Canadian Francophonie
Learning to know oneself and the world.
BY JOEL BELLIVEAU | MAY 09 2022

The essentials of PhD supervision
The essentials of PhD supervision
A retired professor shares the ingredients of a successful thesis supervisor-PhD student relationship.
BY PASCALE CASTONGUAY | MAY 10 2022

As provincial COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, universities must figure out how to proceed
As provincial COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, universities must figure out how to proceed
Across the country, administrators are having to balance a range of factors as they consider what measures they are willing to enforce and for how long.
BY EMILY BARON CADLOFF | MAY 09 2022

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CBIE is now accepting nominations! 

Developed by the board of directors, the Excellence Awards Program recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of international education in a range of specialties. CBIE honours the recipients of our Excellence Awards during the annual conference.

Introducing our newest award: the Reconciliation & Internationalization Award. Awarded to a team or individual to celebrate leadership and initiative in advancing reconciliation with Indigenous communities through international education on campus.

Nominations close on June 24, 2022.

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Shailoo Bedi University of Victoria

Starting July 1, Shailoo Bedi will serve as executive director, division of learning and teaching support and innovation at the University of Victoria. Dr. Bedi currently serves as director for the office of student and academic success, and has also held a number of other senior roles at UVic. She is an expert in instructional design and has a proven commitment to EDI, anti-racism, reconciliation and decolonization. Dr. Bedi holds a PhD in curriculum and instruction.

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