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FROM THE ADMIN CHAIR

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | March 12 2014

It’s one way for institutions to become sustainable.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | January 15 2014

Mind the gap.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | November 06 2013

Back to the drawing board.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | September 11 2013

“It’s difficult to measure productivity well but that doesn’t mean we can avoid it.”

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | May 31 2013

Grim tales are taking over our story.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | March 13 2013

A plea for collegiality.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | January 09 2013

Change we can (try to) believe in.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | November 07 2012

We need to measure what students learn.

By MAUREEN MANCUSO | September 10 2012

Why we choose university administration.

By DOUG OWRAM | June 11 2012

Thirty-six years, but who’s counting.

By DOUG OWRAM | March 05 2012

What I learned from reading the biography of Steve Jobs.

By DOUG OWRAM | November 07 2011

A degree is an opportunity, not a guarantee.

By DOUG OWRAM | September 12 2011

Thoughts on tuition, part 2.

By DOUG OWRAM | June 13 2011

All-quiet masks problems on the tuition front.

By DOUG OWRAM | March 07 2011

Made to measure.

By DOUG OWRAM | January 12 2011

Fundraising, Part 2.

By DOUG OWRAM | November 08 2010

What amateurs we are at raising money.

By DOUG OWRAM | September 13 2010

After several stages of evolution, the very definition of a university could be changing.

By DOUG OWRAM | June 08 2010

The increasing importance of international students to Canadian universities.

By DOUG OWRAM | March 08 2010

Our universities’ concerted attention on the international education market extends back no further than the early 1990s.