The COVID-19 crisis brings teaching and learning opportunity.
Some helpful resources and tools for professors who have to quickly move their courses online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
No one expects you to become an online teaching guru overnight. The best any of us can do is just get through the rest of the semester by focusing on student learning.
How to demonstrate feasibility in your proposal’s budget and justifying some of those out of the norm expenses.
A career mindset puts you in control of your destiny. A degree mindset is stagnating.
The University of Toronto G2G Peer Advisors provide graduate students with practical conflict resolution and communication advice.
Academic mentorship is a very important part of the education and training of scientists, but it comes with its own set of unique challenges.
A retreat is a great way to address the challenges faced by the unhappiest faculty in academe.
The criticism that some academic writing can be difficult to read shouldn’t be ignored.
University of Alberta’s alumni office launches a career advice podcast, What the Job?
Instead of focusing on the negative aspects of “coming second,” job seekers need to address the issues that are within their control and shift their perspective.
Meet three clinician-scientists who are interested in practicing medicine and conducting research.
Some concrete strategies to help you be a better support for your students.
Is working full-time in academe an illusory ideal?
It is very hard to practice science well, which is why it is so important to use the scientific method.
The use of jargon can be effective in journal articles and grant applications – but use it sparingly when writing for a wider audience.
Violations of academic integrity show Canada is not immune to academic misconduct — and more research is needed to effectively ensure academic quality.
We don’t have to convince academics of the merits of publishing – but what about the rest of us?
Career planning and mental health in academe were some of the most-read topics addressed on the Black Hole in the past year.
What you can expect to encounter as a contract faculty member.