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With the prorogation of Parliament, the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology is no more.
A few thoughts on taxes, PSE spending and wanting it all.
Do we make a pragmatic, economic argument for the value of PSE, or stress the intrinsic value of knowledge and scholarship?
The report touches on a number of areas of interest to the PSE community, including research funding, student debt and promoting the export of education services.
Three recent reports, taken together, provide some interesting insights about the pathways and barriers to postsecondary education.
Dec. 6 marks the 20th anniversary of the murders at École Polytechnique.
The present approach to baccalaureate education in the province is not sustainable, says new book.
University researchers take part in secret program to boost the medal hopes of Canada’s Olympic athletes.
Nothing’s inevitable in university sport, as Laval’s Rouge et Or football team loses to Queen’s Golden Gaels.
These groups don’t purport to be the official sites for their particular universities, but they are made to look that way.
Student groups advocate for reduced tuition fees because that’s what their members want.
There are the obvious nods to the BlackBerry and Canadarm, but also deserving mentions of Harold Innis, Wilder Penfield and others.
The submission presented by the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance to the provincial government has lots to recommend it.
Answer: whatever a university is willing to pay, within reason.
The province’s 16 universities are organizing more than 50 free public events over four days.
I just don’t think that would improve the accessibility and quality of a university education.
That’s the conclusion of Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser in a new report.
Margin Notes was named best blog for a professional association or scholarly website in the first-ever Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
There have been 96 changes in leadership at 65 Canadian universities in the past five years. Why?