Ask a panel of PhD holders and the answer, not surprisingly, is “no.”
Editor Peggy Berkowitz describes attending the 2nd Annual Killam Prize Symposium.
Installation addresses of Meric Gertler and Suzanne Fortier were, in some ways, a study in contrasts.
That, in so many words, is the conclusion of a new Council of Canadian Academies report.
To fully address the plight of sessional instructors, we need better data.
“It’s not a complete myth, but it’s not as extreme as people believe,” says report author.
Fewer than one in four university leaders is female, up somewhat from four years ago.
That’s the conclusion from a new survey of postdoctoral scholars in Canada.
A group rates the “state of free speech” on Canadian campuses.
When good isn’t good enough: executive head of the U15 group of research universities has her say.
StatsCan releases its income data from the 2011 National Household Survey.
It’s a complicated world out there beyond the headlines.
That is at least as good advice as “follow the money.”
It’s important for academics to discuss uncomfortable points of view.
Canadian-degree holders have roughly half the unemployment rate, NHS data reveals.
Yes, says the president of George Brown College at June’s Worldviews conference.
There are 50 journalism programs in Canada, with more being added. Is that too many?
Massive open online courses are shifting in new directions.
Chris Hadfield aside, we’re not particularly strong in communicating science in this country.
The country needs to aim higher, says latest STIC report.