FROM THE ADMIN CHAIR
Mind the gap.
Back to the drawing board.
“It’s difficult to measure productivity well but that doesn’t mean we can avoid it.”
Grim tales are taking over our story.
A plea for collegiality.
Change we can (try to) believe in.
We need to measure what students learn.
Why we choose university administration.
Thirty-six years, but who’s counting.
What I learned from reading the biography of Steve Jobs.
A degree is an opportunity, not a guarantee.
Thoughts on tuition, part 2.
All-quiet masks problems on the tuition front.
Made to measure.
Fundraising, Part 2.
What amateurs we are at raising money.
After several stages of evolution, the very definition of a university could be changing.
The increasing importance of international students to Canadian universities.
Our universities’ concerted attention on the international education market extends back no further than the early 1990s.
Or, how a person drifts into a rewarding second career – administration