A new book by two academics spills the dirt.
That was the theme of the first annual conference of CFHSS, held in Ottawa.
The anxiety-inducing “exam dream” is the second most common dream scenario.
The current situation is not a “crisis,” but also not sustainable.
Is it still largely unfulfilled?
Axel Meisen proposes the creation of “industrial practice professors” to boost innovaton
Event held in Ottawa to celebrate the Canada Excellence Research Chairs.
Should it be open to professional fundraisers?
Canada actually has one for degree programs, endorsed by provincial ministers of education. Who knew?
Animated short poking fun at student’s dream goes viral, spawns copycats.
The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada looks at new directions in its advocacy agenda.
Two conferences are being held this month in Toronto on the issue.
Yes, it’s a cliché, but it seems one of the constants for universities is one of change.
Here’s my list of Canadian bloggers I read regularly.
Or is it more of a privilege? Have your say…
They came to Canada for their graduate studies, and stayed.
New initiative aims to engage higher-ed institutions with United Nations development goals.
Forget the detractors – Ontario’s new Trillium scholarships are good for the province and for Canada.
Funding for higher education to be cut by 40 percent over four years.
Universities have interests and needs, and it is incumbent on them to communicate these to government in an effective manner.