IN MY OPINION
Publish in Nature or perish.
A former coach pleads for Canadian universities to retain their much better model of inter-collegiate sport.
Athletics connect universities with their communities and fosters healthier, better educated citizens.
“This enrolment boom is now over. We knew this would happen.”
Their grades are mediocre, so it’s tough to promote themselves to employers and grad schools.
Time is up for varsity sports.
An excerpt from Making Policy in Turbulent Times: Challenges and Prospects for Higher Education.
Be prepared to take some flak.
It’s difficult to say with any certainty what’s happening on campuses in terms of sexual assault.
CAUT’s censure will harm the reputation and academic freedom of the very faculty CAUT purports to defend.
Debates on reform of postsecondary education require full participation of francophones and Aboriginal Peoples.
Breaking the impasse.
Try again, try harder and try often.
This is a matter of reconciling competing rights.
For many sectors of academe, ‘paying to publish’ is ethically suspicious.
Diversity at university is insignificant when compared to the differences between university culture and civilian culture: a response to “Women’s rights or religious rights: which comes first?”
A professor believes his university is offering too much religious accommodation.
University students need to learn to write for different disciplines and assignments, and testing the skills they learned in high school isn’t relevant to what they will need to learn.
You can’t prove what you don’t measure.
A new report by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) affirms Canada’s historical strength in ocean science.