A new book aims to understand why a small subset of professionals actively resists retirement.
The association representing postdocs unveiled four key policy recommendations at a conference in Ottawa.
These relatively recent initiatives deserve recognition for helping the scientific community.
While individual initiative is vital, a larger cultural shift is needed.
A new report looks at how accessibility and accommodations are meeting the needs of disabled students across Canada.
Leveraging the skills you acquired in grad school is key to enhancing any future employment you delve into.
What has and hasn’t worked at institutions that support career development and professionalization.
A phenomenon called “ethics creep” is discouraging researchers rather than protecting study participants.
“You and I only have one non-renewable resource in life – and that is time,” says Carleton University professor Tim Pychyl.
The job can be challenging, all-consuming and even isolating – but also rewarding.
Campus support programs are helping a diverse set of students to succeed in a system that wasn’t designed for them.
Data from the 2018 Canadian University Survey Consortium report provide insights on the school-to-work transition.
A long-term commitment to sustaining a highly diverse talent pool is the cornerstone of robust economic and social policies.
To build empathy and find solutions, civic leaders and service providers were asked to navigate the web of local agencies.
Lessons learned from Concordia University’s Graduate Professional Skills program.
Three academics reflect on how they got on the tenure track.
The degree will probably not get you the job, but hiring managers will recognize that you have critical thinking and project management skills, says one panelist.
The initiative builds on a pilot project in Nova Scotia to combat the region’s shrinking and aging population.