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BY ANIL VARUGHESE & SAUL SCHWARTZ | APR 01 2022

Universities and colleges need better, more easily accessible and culturally competent mental health services targeted to the needs of international students.

BY KEVIN SHAW | MAR 28 2022

If the academy truly desires greater representation in its ranks, it would provide robust postdoctoral support and dismantle the exploitative adjunct system.

BY KYLE FRACKMAN | MAR 25 2022

While there is no doubt that the Ukraine crisis benefits from expertise in fields like political science and economics, many journalists and public commentators have been using skills or discussing subjects associated with the humanities.

BY MARIA ASSIF, SONJA NIKKILA & SHIVON SUE-CHEE | MAR 23 2022

One thing we are hopeful about is that as a result of the pandemic, our pedagogy will have to become more flexible and dynamic.

BY S. KARLY KEHOE & EVREN ALTINKAS | MAR 10 2022

The full extent of the damage on scholars and research will not be known for some time, but predictions are grim.

BY GUY LAFOREST | MAR 09 2022

Universities are the backbone of our society, strengthening collective identity in all regions and reinforcing the hope for a better future in the minds of our fellow citizens.

BY ANDREA L. WILLIAMS | MAR 03 2022

We need to use research to identify and implement the most effective ways to support student writing development.

BY NATHAN ANDREWS | FEB 25 2022

While celebrating the achievements of Black colleagues is important, we need to acknowledge that it can also be exhausting and even harmful.

BY DALE KIRBY | FEB 24 2022

The results of a recent study suggest it hasn’t worked for Newfoundland and Labrador.

BY JENNIFER DAVIS | FEB 18 2022

Researchers in a survey said they don’t want to delay their tenure review but have the criteria for it shift.

BY CHARLES MORRISON | FEB 08 2022

Let’s make sure these mediated formats really are about facilitating students’ learning and procedural knowledge construction.

BY JENNIFER S. SIMPSON | JAN 28 2022

The work of equity asks leaders to support movement toward justice, even when we cannot always foresee or predict the path forward.

BY MARC SPOONER | JAN 27 2022

It is difficult to see performance-based funding as anything but an ideologically based attempt to redesign the fundamental mission of our universities.

BY WILLEMIEKE KOUWENHOVEN, SARAH GRASEDIECK & EDRIS MADADIAN | JAN 26 2022

Redefining how university and institutional administrations see this vulnerable population of highly skilled workers is an important first step toward countering inequity and mending the gender gap in academia.

BY CATALINA ARANGO & ISAAC NAHON-SERFATY | JAN 21 2022

A physicist who now works in Canada recounts being arbitrarily fired from his teaching position in Tehran.

BY CANDACE BRUNETTE-DEBASSIGE | JAN 11 2022

We must shift our conceptions of leadership beyond the confines of individualist, transactional and hierarchal notions toward more complex, relational and collectivist ways that recognize Indigenous nationhood and knowledges.

BY MERIC GERTLER | JAN 06 2022

The higher education community must act as a guiding light as we return to more in-person activities.

BY YVES LABERGE | DEC 27 2021

How do we manage academic freedom, which should be unhindered, unrestricted and inviolable?

BY JULIE CAFLEY & BALJIT SINGH | DEC 21 2021

On a recent tour of the European country’s universities and research institutes, we met North American academics who were drawn to much more than the apple strudel, wiener schnitzel and fine chocolate.

BY KARI ZACHARIAS & KETRA SCHMITT | DEC 03 2021

Instead of relying on a ‘technological fix,’ we need to ask what drives students to cheat in the first place.