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.
Precarity is a staple of our professional culture, and once we understand the challenges, we can develop strategies for overcoming them.
By using the internet in an intentional way, you’ll be empowered to conduct an effective, less stressful job search.
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries proposes that institutions renegotiate unsustainable deals with journal publishers and transition toward open access.
We think all PhD students would benefit from attending, and that includes individuals who are committed to securing an academic position after graduation.
Don’t overlook the benefits of working in a non-faculty role at a university.
Universities prioritize students’ personal satisfaction and positive experiences over their education.
And here’s how we can do it.
Op-ed articles help students to learn the important skills of engaging and persuading a reader.
Jennifer Polk and Maren Wood want faculty, students and administrators to be careful when they interpret the data found in the 10,000 PhDs report.
How to transition between the often individualistic world of academic success and the collaborative dynamics of modern industry.
A guide to changing the institutional thinking of translational research programs.
Today, the civil service is lean, constantly under pressure to deliver high-quality results while keeping departmental budgets low.
Guest writer Jessica Hartshorn says conferences can, and should, be a place to add to your reputation and develop name recognition.