IN MY OPINION
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.
Please lend your expertise to the developing world.
Younger generations are reverting to a pre-industrial multitasking work culture.
The smartest thing I did was delay grad studies until I had built up a nest egg.
Learning is delightful, intellectual elitism is not.
By that I mean a place where you’ll encounter disturbing ideas.
Let’s confront misperceptions about our graduates.
University professors have an odd public image.
A university’s character is the sum of its faculty and their work.
Or, Steve and Di’s evening on the Internet.
Canada’s universities should build on what they’ve already created.
Why PhD candidates should re-evaluate their career expectations.
Academic freedom or statement of faith? They’re both right.
Concentrating research funding in the largest institutions may not be the most productive model for Canadian research
Another forecast of changes coming to university education
National conference in October is a first step to making this a reality
This generous but ill-conceived program distorts the logic of graduate-school funding