In my opinion
The value of tools like ChatGPT depends on how we use them, which makes interdisciplinary undergraduate education more important than ever.
A dean’s private grief has inspired reflection and changed her leadership.
In the midst of difficult times, find comfort and courage in the immeasurable contributions of women and the communities that help lift them up.
Wayfinding with paradox in troubled times.
The struggle for our own attention led teaching and learning specialists to design a targeted workshop series using mindfulness and other strategies.
A solution may be found in focusing on the process of writing, rather than the final product.
Universities and colleges that seek to grow their student enrolments have an obligation to address student housing.
How to make postsecondary study more accessible? Collaboration between instructors and disability counsellors
A study found disability counsellors made substantial contributions to faculty members’ efforts to redesign their courses.
The new, bold position of the U.S. government should be a wake-up call to the changing environment of Canadian academia.
A survey of primarily teaching math faculty reveals the need for standardization to strengthen and support these integral contributors to undergraduate education.
The choice about whether or not to disclose a mental health condition to colleagues or managers, or to share a personal mental illness story with students, includes a number of complex factors.
Canada’s graduate student stipends are “very low and tough to live off of,” one Canadian PhD candidate at Yale says.
Focusing on online learning as the problem means lost opportunities to identify solutions and supports for student well-being, which could then be designed into online, in-person or mixed forms of learning.
Students need to be supported to develop stamina, resilience, and intellectual and relational rigour to face the complex challenges ahead.
Festina lente: the new leadership agenda for higher education.
Strategies are needed to overcome structural barriers.
Our collective future, as well as that of future generations, depends on adequately funding higher education.
A ‘default veg’ position on campus food is one way that universities can respond to the climate crisis.
They have a responsibility to teach users how to evaluate the credibility and validity of information.
More voices need to be heard in this debate.