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IN MY OPINION

By ANGELA CAMPBELL | March 06 2018

The careers of our most inspiring institutional leaders are marked by a lived commitment to these principles.

By ADRIANE MACDONALD & NICOLE EVA | February 26 2018

And here’s how we can do it.

By JEFFREY R. SPENCE, DAVID STANLEY & IAN NEWBY-CLARK | February 23 2018

Over several years, failed attempts to replicate published studies have caused generally accepted bodies of research to be called into question — or rejected outright.

By ALAN MACEACHERN | February 16 2018

As an ethics body, COPE’s first loyalty is to ethics. But as a membership body, its first loyalty is to its members.

By JAMES SOUTHWORTH | February 13 2018

Op-ed articles help students to learn the important skills of engaging and persuading a reader.

By REINHART REITHMEIER | February 01 2018

This snapshot of employment outcomes confirms that, regardless of their discipline, U of T PhDs are successful in a wide range of careers.

By KATHLEEN BORTOLIN | January 30 2018

Many of us have some idea of where we are supposed to go, but have a less clear sense how to get there.

By MARC SPOONER | January 23 2018

Where the plan goes off track is the system-wide metrics it uses to assess research excellence and impact.

By JEAN LEBEL | January 18 2018

The International Development Research Centre’s response to Valéry Ridde’s opinion piece, “Canada must not abandon its young global health researchers.”

By VALÉRY RIDDE | January 15 2018

We need a consistent policy for funding global health research.

By ALAN SHEPARD | January 04 2018

A public scholars program at Concordia University will help doctoral candidates impart their research in compelling ways to audiences outside academe.

By JOHN TRANT | December 29 2017

Undergraduate colleagues make you a better researcher and teacher. Here’s how.

By ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | December 07 2017

Research today is about partnerships and networks to share data and ideas, and to answer the big questions that confront us.

By MICHAEL J. ARMSTRONG | December 07 2017

It’s exam time. Research suggests that while some students will be pleasantly surprised by how they did on exams, a larger group will falsely believe they did much better on their exams than they did.

By DANIEL ROBINSON | December 05 2017

It would be a shame if the lesson learned is simply to remove the controversial bits from your course.

By ANDRE COSTOPOULOS | November 30 2017

We have an assessment system that is designed for our convenience as instructors and administrators, rather than for the learning needs of our students.

By VIANNE TIMMONS | November 17 2017

Taking steps to ensure that conscious and unconscious bias do not play a role in hiring and promotion does not mean that excellence cannot exist.

By EDMUND ADAM | November 13 2017

Are Canadian students up to the task?

By JULIA M. WRIGHT | November 06 2017

Canada is hemorrhaging early career research capacity.

By PAUL AXELROD | November 01 2017

University leaders concerned about the employability of graduates should sustain academic and curricular diversity, including the liberal arts.