In my opinion
We must shift our conceptions of leadership beyond the confines of individualist, transactional and hierarchal notions toward more complex, relational and collectivist ways that recognize Indigenous nationhood and knowledges.
The higher education community must act as a guiding light as we return to more in-person activities.
How do we manage academic freedom, which should be unhindered, unrestricted and inviolable?
On a recent tour of the European country’s universities and research institutes, we met North American academics who were drawn to much more than the apple strudel, wiener schnitzel and fine chocolate.
Instead of relying on a ‘technological fix,’ we need to ask what drives students to cheat in the first place.
How a course on the science of learning evolved into the importance of mental health in academic skills development.
A recent CACUSS panel shed light on the realities that many racialized staff face.
How McMaster University’s Black Excellence Cohort hiring initiative was formed.
While it is necessary to educate students on academic integrity and academic misconduct, these two concepts are often conflated.
COVID-19 has forced academic conferencing online. As we emerge from the pandemic, we mustn’t return to the ‘old normal.’
Many Indigenous scholars forge ahead to passionately contribute to systemic change; however, as requests mount, and there’s not enough time to go around, we are stretched incredibly thin.
Determine early on, with a sort of resolve that you may have to fake at first, that you are absolutely worthy and so is your work.
Lessons learned from successful campus implementation efforts.
We should use what we learned during the COVID-19 pandemic to make university study and work more equitable and inclusive.
An invitation to decolonize universities through collaboration.
A cognitive science professor finds little difference between using “the Netflix model” versus “the Disney+ model.”
Reconciliation in education begins by acknowledging how educational systems — in particular, our universities, teacher education programs and curricula — have reproduced systemic anti-Indigenous racisms across Canada.
Orientation week assaults persist because they are normalized as part of university culture.
Hostile exchanges are quickly coming to the forefront of issues confronting human resources departments.
Campus mandates are not forced vaccinations. Mandates offer choices: receive or decline the vaccine.