A new book is just one of several upcoming examinations of university leaders.
The commitments follow a year of “intense conversation” among members on strategic renewal.
No, not environmentally, but in the financial sense.
Or is it the incentives that push them in that direction?
Hate to spill the good news: degree holders on average earn more and have fewer periods of unemployment.
U of T’s Bulletin is the latest to cease its printed publication.
AUCC says university presidents “have made excellence in undergraduate education a priority.”
Report finds students are not all that impressed with what’s on offer.
Illustration copies the style of the famous “Hope” campaign poster.
Experience was in contrast to Canada’s census woes.
There is a middle ground between experience and exploitation.
More than a quarter of current executive heads were born abroad.
If you’re a woman academic and got married, would you (did you) change your name?
The Conversation, a website barely three months old, provides timely reports on issues of the day, written by researchers themselves.
How do we know what students are learning if we don’t encourage the scholarship of teaching and learning?
Global experts on learning assessment gather at recent HEQCO conference in Toronto.
Enrolment at Canada’s universities continues to climb, while the value of a degree still holds, says AUCC report.
University Affairs will again be hosting sessions offering career advice to grad students, new faculty and postdocs.
All five win in Quebec ridings as part of the “orange wave.”
The disillusionment of grad students suggests that it might very well be.