IN MY OPINION
Learning management woes.
UBC made the right call on a student who was involved in the Stanley Cup riot.
In early June, 33-year-old University of British Columbia graduate student Rumana Manzur was brutally attacked by her husband while visiting family in Bangladesh. He gouged out her eyes, permanently blinding her, and bit off most of her nose. This was done in front of their young daughter.
Let’s not eulogize the book just yet.
Why it matters.
The whole campus is invited to celebrate at the University of Alberta’s Festival of Teaching.
The U.K. risks being overtaken by Canada in yet another area of higher education.
Few academic supervisors ever advise their social science PhD students to seek employment in the private sector. It is time that changed.
It’s appreciation time.
Do professors in Canada and the U.S. treat student cheaters differently?
When students’ associations go bad.
A response to the article “Racism in the academy”.
It’s Maclean’s magazine time again.
Why are they missing in action?
A globalization by-product?
I thought an undergrad degree would be the ticket to a good job, but now that I’m at university, it’s the learning that really absorbs me.
It was easier to draw the line between “internal” and “external” examiners before the 1980s, when collaboration between faculties at different universities was less common.
The problem has never been too much course content but rather too little content absorbed and understood.