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IN MY OPINION

By RYAN DUNCH | December 12 2012

Chinese studies and language programs are losing ground in our universities, even as China looms ever larger in Canada’s future.

By MURRAY DINEEN | December 05 2012

Evaluating scholarly work in the Internet age.

By JORDAN PAPER | November 28 2012

Research vs. teaching institutions? Here’s a better idea.

By YVES LABERGE | November 21 2012

Death of an influential historian at age 95.

By GISÈLE YASMEEN | November 14 2012

SSHRC explains why it is trying to identify nascent areas for enquiry and research.

By TERRANCE LAVENDER | October 31 2012

They have their attractions but you have to ask yourself, is it really worth going?

By HARVEY WEINGARTEN + DA HSUAN FENG | October 24 2012

An opportunity exists now, but Canadian players can’t delay.

By VICKY BUSCH | October 17 2012

Canada could do so much more in international student recruitment by relying on one of its great strengths – digital communication

By ANDREW IRVINE | October 10 2012

There’s a buying opportunity with the rise of the e-book.

By HEATHER SPARLING | September 26 2012

And why Atlantic universities need to champion their arts programs.

By LI-SHIH HUANG | September 19 2012

There’s a disconnect between “scholarly value” and how we reach specialized audiences who need our research.

By MOIRA FARR | September 10 2012

You’re not cool – please don’t try to be.

By STEPHEN PRICE | September 05 2012

The case for embracing complexity.

By GEOFF SMITH | August 22 2012

Let’s not fool ourselves that the Penn State pedophilia scandal is an exclusively U.S. phenomenon.

By ABU KAMARA | August 20 2012

Advisory panel also recommends more support for international students.

By ADAM CRYMBLE | July 25 2012

How else to explain different rates of success for different topic categories.

By LORNA JEAN EDMONDS | July 11 2012

Talent in the 21st century is as much about diplomacy, trade and prosperity as it is about education and discovery.

By HERB O’HERON | June 27 2012

The current downturn is tough on new grads, but they will find relevant jobs and prosperous careers.

By JULES BOURQUE | June 14 2012

A Quebec university graduate offers his perspective on the student strike for readers in the rest of Canada.

By TIMOTHY J. HANEY | June 11 2012

Fostering dissent, diversity and academic freedom.