IN MY OPINION
Canadian universities get a near-failing grade for the way they support campus entrepreneurs.
What 2013 provincial budgets mean for the higher education sector.
Allan Rock, President of the University of Ottawa, decimates the argument that universities are “out of touch” and not producing graduates for “real jobs”.
From one of your biggest supporters.
The three-minute thesis competition isn’t the best way to learn to communicate.
The overarching principle at Queen’s is to support students in completing high-quality work in a reasonable time frame.
Joining together to assert control over forests.
Why lowering times-to-completion will hurt women grad students.
Reconsidering a ‘funny’ image.
Proud to be mayor of an education hub.
Think before you cut!
It’s because too many graduates complete their degrees without an ability to articulate what they have learned.
Pursuing graduating student attributes in Canadian higher education.
Why Canada needs to look to the U.S. to recruit.
University is the right time and right place for undergraduates to adopt healthy practices to last them a lifetime.
The last memo she ever wrote.
The real issue is quality and impact, not number of publications.
From glowing reviews to devastating cruelty, your first teaching assessments can provide useful advice if you know where to look.
They face different challenges than mature or international students.
Traditional universities will have to respond to new challenges.