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BY DINUKA GUNARATNE | January 15 2021

This has been a journey of resilience and making the best out of a weird situation.

BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | January 13 2021

Introducing The Skills Agenda.

BY JONATHAN THON | January 12 2021

Once you know what type of brand you are aiming for, you can identify the values that your team should embrace.

BY SAM LUONG | January 07 2021

By making smarter choices for our spaces, quarantining for longer periods of time may become more manageable.

BY DAVID KENT | December 31 2020

This past year has accentuated issues that needed to have some light shone on them and we should be very careful not to push them back in the darkness.

BY UA/AU | December 31 2020

As an eventful 2020 comes to an end, here are the stories and issues that shaped the year in Canadian higher education. Stories that made 2020 Flight 752: a terrible start to the year While the pandemic has been uppermost in most people’s minds in 2020, the new year began with another unimaginable tragedy: the death of all 176 passengers and […]

BY TIM KENYON | December 28 2020

Take the opportunity to try different publishing avenues, change the course of your research or recognize that all scholars run into a slowdown at some point in their career – this does not make you a failure.

BY UA/AU | December 24 2020

It’s been quite the year. We’ve read and reported, edited and produced, hundreds of stories, many of them related to the COVID-19 pandemic. While we get ready to say goodbye to a memorable 2020, here are the stories that we’ll remember in 2021. The engineering gender gap: it’s more than a numbers game It’s been […]

BY ANGEL EVANS | December 11 2020

Fostering intergenerational education enriches us all, providing us with unique and diverse perspectives.

BY KELLY BURCHELL-REYES | December 10 2020

Connecting with peers and seeking guidance from those who have studied in our fields before may offer hope during this time.

BY JONATHAN THON | December 09 2020

Having a distinct brand that is integrated with your research program’s culture allows your team to define its strengths and intended contributions to a field.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | December 08 2020

To make a humanities book review work for you, defy the conventional.

BY BAILEY SOUSA, LOIS HARDER & ALEXANDER CLARK | December 03 2020

How to raise and resolve difficult academic work issues.

BY YOOJIN CHOI, ALEXA FITZPATRICK, SIMOUN ICHO, ANDREW ZHAI & NANA LEE | December 01 2020

Four young scientists describe how they were able to adapt and ultimately thrive during the pandemic.

BY DINUKA GUNARATNE, THOMAS FETH & TREVOR JOHNSON | November 27 2020

Even in our new virtual world, you can still create meaningful connections to others in your field.

BY DERRICK E. RANCOURT | November 20 2020

Unlike specialists who possess depth in one area and generalists who have breadth but no depth, “versatilists” are the best of both worlds.

BY AARON LANGILLE & VICTORIA KANNEN | November 16 2020

What the rapid shift to remote delivery has shown us about the value of compassion.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | November 12 2020

There are several different ways to define the “significance” of your research in a SSHRC application.

BY EVA-LYNN JAGOE | November 06 2020

Whether I am in a studio or lecture hall, in-person or online, what matters most is that I teach clearly and precisely so that students can incorporate the benefits of the class material for themselves.

BY DAVID KENT | November 05 2020

There is an opportunity to learn from dramatic changes in behaviour that have been imposed on us.