Anecdotal reports find them stressed, but a survey says they’re satisfied with their studies.
Satisfaction is high, pay is good, and the work hours not so bad, a new study finds.
A study finds they do it – a lot – but believe that professors don’t notice.
Will they allow students to fail or arrange for them to make up their classes some other way?
In Canada, the distinctions between the two are not straightforward.
Harvey Weingarten of HEQCO shares his lessons learned over 30 years in higher education.
The entire model of restricted-access knowledge dissemination through journal publishing needs to change.
Curriculum would be devised through a collaborative effort of participating institutions.
Summit held in Washington, D.C., at end of January continues to cause a stir.
U.S. academics decry loss of political engagement on campus.
Less reliance on intellectual property and more emphasis on other metrics is needed, says law prof.
Why not try a series of foundational university courses delivered to thousands of students at a time?
ULaval nude calendar girls, most notably, raise questions of female empowerment vs. objectification.
Biography of Samuel de Champlain by David Hackett Fischer a favourite among university leaders.
But PhDs grads are getting the jobs and earning more, aren’t they?
We’re not preparing grads adequately for careers outside academia.
A few observations from the Canadian Science Policy Conference held last week in Ottawa.
Our dependence on them is not matched by the amount we pay.
Taglines are always interesting – a sort of Rorschach test for institutions’ identities.
A new book is just one of several upcoming examinations of university leaders.