Under pressure from student groups and others, an increasing number of universities are setting objectives to reduce the carbon footprint of their investment portfolios.
The provincial budget hits students hard as universities adjust to a leaner financial future.
To get to know an institution, you need to understand its people, place and culture.
Two recent cases from the U.S. throw into sharp relief just how critical institutional autonomy is for academic freedom.
They affirm that universities have a vital role to play in helping society navigate through the deepest challenges of our time, from climate change to the dangers of misinformation and rising intolerance.
Having early discussions about a role change with those close to you is important, so they can grow with your decision.
Several universities are pursuing initiatives to train students and workers, support industry and safeguard our country’s critical infrastructure.
In a world of increasing legal risks and fiduciary obligations, it is difficult to understand why a university would do without one.
Canadian researchers offered a sneak peek of some of the results at Congress in Vancouver.
His words can help us build a more just and fairer student experience for all.
Though often viewed with skepticism, when done well, these plans can help to set an institution’s path.
And what happens when controversy arises.
Why hiring committees are in the best position to make an informed decision.
From personal revelations to behind-the-scenes conversations, here’s what happens when university administrators get their own podcasts.
It’s time to stop and rethink what a university should look like, and how education can remain relevant during times of rapid transition.
Social media is an emerging area of interest for university leaders, says a researcher who studied the topic in a Canadian context.
Instead of relying on outside consultants, the leadership at Université de Sherbrooke took matters into their own hands.
It’s up to all of us, with a bit of mutual understanding, to stem the tide of increasing regulation at Canada’s universities.
The job can be challenging, all-consuming and even isolating – but also rewarding.
The decision-making authority of universities appears to be shrinking, and that’s cause for concern.