Business professor Roger Martin says Canada’s universities are still feeling the effects of the drastic cuts to education spending of the 1990s.
Canada ends up looking pretty good, with a balanced and successful approach to academia and research.
Aboriginal access was one of several topics discussed at first hearing held by the Senate last week in Ottawa.
Academic workforce Down Under suffers from low satisfaction levels, high work loads, says study.
For what it’s worth, McGill takes top spot for a Canadian institution, at 18th.
Historian Alan MacEachern and consultant Alex Usher offer some insightful and provocative predictions for universities in the future.
I realize associations that lobby for the PSE sector must ask for more money. But I think the real challenge will be to guard the funding that exists now.
A professor predicts the web will fundamentally alter universities in much the same way it has newspapers.
Université de Montréal held a vote yesterday to help choose its next rector. What interests me more than the winner is the fact that such a public poll even took place.
University Affairs has been named a finalist in three separate categories in the first ever Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
That was the message from the OECD this week, but will governments respond?
According to Statistics Canada, the average age of Canada’s education infrastructure has fallen slightly since the early 2000s.
The bold W symbol does “not resonate with enough or our stakeholders at this point,” says the University of Waterloo’s VP external.
Presidents of Canada’s big five universities challenge “one-size-fits-all” higher education system.
University of Western Ontario’s Alumni Gazette celebrates 70th anniversary by cutting print issue.
Proposed new logo stirs online debate, parodies, Facebook groups and more.
That was the vexing question addressed in a recent report by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Official Languages.
Brock University’s Matthew Melnyk has found more fraudulent “Class of …” Facebook groups that are attempting to sign up students under false pretenses.
The “gap year” – taking a year off between high school and college or university – is a well-established tradition in the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. And it now seems to be gaining traction among Canadians.
Finding it hard to keep up with the bad news? AUCC has helpfully put together a list of recent statements and reports about universities’ financial situations.