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BY FERIDUN HAMDULLAHPUR | JUL 31 2018

To make investment in university R&D more impactful, we need to bring everyone to the same table.

BY JULIA EASTMAN | JUL 24 2018

The decision-making authority of universities appears to be shrinking, and that’s cause for concern.

BY CATARINA FERREIRA & CORNELYA KLÜTSCH | JUL 16 2018

A long-term commitment to sustaining a highly diverse talent pool is the cornerstone of robust economic and social policies.

BY WANDA HURREN | JUL 10 2018

Let’s work together to change the higher education workplace so that no one has to keep a secret they don’t want to keep.

BY REUBEN ROSE-REDWOOD | JUL 06 2018

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Hate speech is on the rise. In Canada alone, it increased by a staggering 600 per cent between 2015 and 2016 as part of what some have called “the Trump effect.” Academia is not immune to this trend. According to a recent study, […]

BY CHRIS KELLEHER | JUL 04 2018

International PhD candidates are flocking to Canada because the country is seen as still valuing the humanities.

BY CHRIS HOUSER & JUDY NUNEZ | JUN 26 2018

Strategies should include making these learning experiences for-credit and offering a simple recognition program to acknowledge participation.

BY JEFF VALLANCE & BARBARA WILSON-KEATES | JUN 18 2018

Online education in Canada provides learners with a flexible, inclusive and quality educational experience.

BY SHANDELL HOULDEN & GEORGE VELETSIANOS | JUN 13 2018

Treating a woman scholar’s experience of harassment as insignificant is the first step to normalizing it.

BY AIMÉE MORRISON | JUN 05 2018

If anyone has the footing, power and safety to push back, it’s tenured faculty. What are you going to do?

BY NICOLA KOPER | MAY 29 2018

Women shouldn’t feel obligated to take up administrative roles to mitigate past gender biases – we are doing so already, in whatever academic positions we already hold.

BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | MAY 22 2018

Whatever we call it, investment in research will lead the way to important short- and long-term discoveries.

BY LORI WAREHAM | MAY 14 2018

A dearth of women’s washrooms in our outdated engineering buildings leaves female students scrambling.

BY EVE STRINGHAM | MAY 08 2018

Yes, the two can co-exist with a little understanding and goodwill.

BY ANITA JACK-DAVIES | MAY 02 2018

Research shows that the concept and practice of “other-mothering” can help Black students navigate the complex and often secretive world of academia.

BY ERIN CLOW & KLODIANA KOLOMITRO | MAY 02 2018

A pair of online instructors revisit the assumption that web-based classes are fundamentally better at accommodating a range of students and teachers.

BY GISÈLE YASMEEN | APR 24 2018

Is it best to start from scratch, or to retrofit an existing institution?

BY KATHRYN LEBLANC | APR 18 2018

Open dialogue and mutual respect will go a long way to solving disputes between student groups and university administrators.

BY SANTA ONO | APR 16 2018

Nearly every Indigenous family in Canada has been affected and the effects on communities are still with us today.

BY KIM HELLEMANS | APR 11 2018

There is good evidence that exposure to some forms of stress leads to an individual sense of mastery and adaptability in the face of adversity.