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In my opinion

BY ANDREW M. BOGGS | July 24 2013

Montreal, Toronto punch above their weight in providing value to international students.

BY SULAIMON GIWA | July 17 2013

Why racialized scholars need to lead the way.

BY BONNIE STEWART | July 10 2013

Understanding MOOCs as a battle between marketization and traditional higher education blocks us from envisioning other viable futures for higher education.

BY DIANA WARWICK | July 03 2013

Universities’ international agenda, much broader than in the past, needs to involve many kinds of university staff.

BY DANIEL ROBINSON | July 03 2013

SSHRC’s peer-review system is protracted, opaque and unaccountable.

BY TED HEWITT | June 19 2013

Which graduates are really in short supply?

BY MARTHA RADICE | May 31 2013

Making us proud to be part of academia.

BY ALEX USHER | May 22 2013

What 2013 provincial budgets mean for the higher education sector.

BY STEPHEN DAZE | May 22 2013

Canadian universities get a near-failing grade for the way they support campus entrepreneurs.

BY ALLAN ROCK | May 09 2013

Allan Rock, President of the University of Ottawa, decimates the argument that universities are “out of touch” and not producing graduates for “real jobs”.

BY GLENN MOULAISON | May 08 2013

From one of your biggest supporters.

BY JANICE TIBBETTS | April 24 2013

The three-minute thesis competition isn’t the best way to learn to communicate.

BY RYAN BULLOCK, GAYLE BROAD, LYNN PALMER + PEGGY SMITH | April 10 2013

Joining together to assert control over forests.

BY BRENDA BROUWER | April 10 2013

The overarching principle at Queen’s is to support students in completing high-quality work in a reasonable time frame.

BY MEAGHAN FRAUTS | March 27 2013

Why lowering times-to-completion will hurt women grad students.

BY STEVEN K. KHAN | March 27 2013

Reconsidering a ‘funny’ image.

BY MIKE SAVAGE | March 20 2013

Proud to be mayor of an education hub.

BY MARTIN KIRK | March 13 2013

Think before you cut!

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | March 06 2013

It’s because too many graduates complete their degrees without an ability to articulate what they have learned.

BY EMERSON CSORBA | February 27 2013

Pursuing graduating student attributes in Canadian higher education.