By participating in the Team Case Study program at U of T, life science graduates gain a competitive edge in the non-academic job market.
From partnerships with heritage organizations to web crawlers, university archivists, librarians and historians are using a range of tools to capture life in the pandemic.
Speaking to Parliamentarians last month about universities’ response to COVID-19, university presidents asked for support for international students and continued emergency research funding.
A vice-provost, student affairs, and an incoming first-year student sit down to talk about the student experience during a pandemic.
Ensuring equitable and quality education, as well as effective and efficient evaluation of student learning are among the imperatives identified for this disrupted academic year.
Remote teaching, half-empty residences and virtual orientations will mark this year’s return for most students.
Part 1. Streamed lectures and empty seats: what classrooms will look like this fallBy Emily Baron Cadloff Patrick McBrine has spent many hours over the spring and summer teaching himself how to make professional-looking videos at home. Working ...
Seek instructional help from colleagues, be honest with your students, be generous to yourself and others. We’re all in this together.
If your job search is falling flat, try remembering a moment when you felt most energized or engaged – this will give you valuable insight into yourself.
Let’s ensure we recognize and support their extraordinary efforts during the COVID-19 crisis.
Self-reflections are another kind of metric, one that can create space for us to think carefully about our mission and mandates as teachers.
Seven academics reflect on the moment they realized the world had changed.
June 29, 2020
Canada Research Continuity Emergency Fund deadline extendedOn May 15, the federal government created the Canada Research Continuity Emergency Fund (CRCEF) as part of a suite of temporary financial aid programs to help employers and workers through financial ...
These centres have proven they are not mere “support” units but are crucial to the university’s mission.
The Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital is pioneering an open-science model that could change the way medical research is conducted across the globe.
With a little lead time and institutional support, professors can make great online courses.