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In my opinion

BY DOUGLAS MANN | JAN 09 2012

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.

BY BEN LEVIN | JAN 09 2012

Sharing our research more effectively.

BY SÉBASTIEN MORIN | DEC 14 2011

A French Canadian in Switzerland.

BY DAVID BOGEN | DEC 14 2011

Art and design schools respond to demands of 21st-century education.

BY MAUREEN MANCUSO | DEC 05 2011

Quality vs. quantity.

BY DANIEL COLEMAN + SMARO KAMBOURELI | NOV 23 2011

In an era of eroding government support, it’s little wonder that universities have felt pressure to adopt an entrepreneurial approach to knowledge.

BY ANIL HIRA AND DARCIE COHEN | NOV 16 2011

The systems now used to evaluate teaching by professors are highly inadequate.

BY J.N. LITTLE | NOV 07 2011

Why I won’t be attending your seasonal party.

BY MARK MERCER | OCT 19 2011

I beg to differ when it comes to academic freedom at universities.

BY HARVEY WEINGARTEN | OCT 11 2011

It’s time to measure.

BY MARYSE DE LA GIRODAY | SEP 19 2011

As the senior population continues to increase, Canadian institutions need to prepare for possibility of an influx of mature students in the classroom.

BY PETER MACKINNON | SEP 12 2011

If I were to ask members of any university audience, “Do you believe in the importance of academic freedom? Do you believe we should all be vigilant and vigorous in its defence?”, the answers undoubtedly would be yes and yes.

BY JENNIFER ZWICKER | SEP 12 2011

Graduate council conference is a catalyst for change.

BY DANIEL WOOLF | AUG 31 2011

Canadian universities are in danger of falling out of balance.

BY STEPHANIE KAPUSTA + CRISTINA ROADEVIN | AUG 23 2011

In Canada, international students working on their PhD are given funding for four years. After that, they are on their own.

BY LYNN CUNNINGHAM | AUG 17 2011

Learning management woes.

BY NOAH SARNA | JUL 04 2011

UBC made the right call on a student who was involved in the Stanley Cup riot.

BY AFSHAN JAFAR, MELONIE FULLICK & LEE SKALLERUP | JUN 29 2011

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.

BY JARRETT A. CARTY | JUN 13 2011

Let’s not eulogize the book just yet.

BY ARSHAD AHMAD | JUN 13 2011

An open letter.