IN MY OPINION
The elimination of the Understanding Canada program is a heartbreaking and unfathomable blow to Canadian Studies worldwide.
They must capitalize on their strengths in personal interaction.
But for Canadian universities to take full advantage of the potential partnerships and collaboration, a few steps still need to be taken.
One professor proposes to clear up the discrepancies left by the current definition.
There’s a problem with professors who reference themselves during lectures.
How and why one professor created a contract faculty committee.
Your discipline’s jargon could be an impediment to learning.
A professor wants LGBT people to be able to express themselves openly.
Cape Breton University’s integrative science program works to bring indigenous learning and science together.
And other problems with teaching-only universities.
New research on academic integrity at universities.
The following is a response to the 2009 article, “PhD: To what end?,” which showed that Canadian philosophy grads are less likely than foreign-educated PhDs to be hired at Canadian institutions. The article has received more than 40 comments to date, including this insightful reply.
Sharing our research more effectively.
Art and design schools respond to demands of 21st-century education.
A French Canadian in Switzerland.
Quality vs. quantity.
In an era of eroding government support, it’s little wonder that universities have felt pressure to adopt an entrepreneurial approach to knowledge.
The systems now used to evaluate teaching by professors are highly inadequate.
Why I won’t be attending your seasonal party.
I beg to differ when it comes to academic freedom at universities.