Skills of well-being have been forgotten partly due to a combination of educational reforms and societal pressures.
In addition to how-to workshops and panel discussions, this year’s career education conference will include a series of career spotlights from PhDs working in a variety of fields.
The B.A.R.K. program – Building Academic Retention through K9s – creates opportunities for students and community members to spend time with therapy dogs.
The federal government’s pre-election budget contains several key items for students and universities.
It’s time to stop and rethink what a university should look like, and how education can remain relevant during times of rapid transition.
Moving beyond the traditional resumé-writing workshops, many centres are now helping students conceive of their career paths from the start of their studies.
The secret CV doesn’t contain things you want to hide, but rather things that you’re proud of, and haven’t yet found a way to articulate.
When we stop to consider the demands that leadership can involve, we are enabling each other to move forward, together.
A successful career transition starts with an adviser who’s supportive, encouraging, and open to different ways of defining professional victory.
The updated policy broadly supports the inclusion of trans athletes in university sport, but critics still have some concerns.
More students are opting to live in theme-based residences.
The mounting teacher shortages in parts of Canada have several sources, including working conditions, cuts to teacher education programs and a lack of specialty instructors.
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.