IN MY OPINION
Savvy students understand that learning happens in multiple venues beyond the classroom.
For Professor Caroline Patsias at Université du Québec à Montréal, once a professor at Université de Sherbrooke. If you’re a university professor, chances are fairly good that you have initiated or participated in mobbing. Why? First, because mobbers are not sadists or sociopaths, but ordinary people; second, because universities are a type of organization that […]
The gold standard for assignments would engage the student in learning while also contributing to the social good.
We’re building a database of qualified women to help the media find them.
Many job postings in the field of education across the country do not require a minimum number of years working in schools.
As a student, I was pleased to be part of a school where we at least allegedly strived to serve each other and society.
At the back of every conference organizer’s mind lurks the fear that sometimes you build it and they don’t come. That did not turn out to be a problem at the Future of the PhD in the Humanities conference held at Carleton University in May. Students, faculty and administrators came in droves from across the […]
The push-back was strong when we sought to increase the diversity of teachers through a modified admissions policy in our education degree program.
Let’s save the hype for what helps families now: evidence-based social and community support.
Anomalies in Discovery Grant evaluations require immediate attention, say researchers.
If we don’t move quickly, Canada risks seeing many of these young, bright minds take their talents elsewhere.
With information collected on 2,400 PhD graduates, we can begin to see what humanities programs contribute to the academy and beyond.
Slow scholarship must not be a project for the privileged few, but rather a collective effort to remake the university.
An Ontario model for campus entrepreneurship is being widely recognized by other countries.
It’s a privilege available only to those already at the summit of their academic careers.
A lack of leadership on information policy has left Canadian research at risk of falling even further behind its peers.
But some issues need to be approached tactfully and professionally.
Respondents also offer suggestions on how their institutions could better aid their transition into the workforce.
But, leveraging that talent requires a strategy and investment.
We have the necessary means if we re-allocate it to those truly in need.