A new report looks at outcomes for new graduates with disabilities. Advocates of disability rights say this data is not new or surprising.
One year after a mass reckoning, we examine what universities are doing to address anti-Black racism in their own institutions.
Universities need people, policies and protocols that take into account how to support the success of BIPOC students from an equity, not equality, perspective.
The majority of perpetrators are men, while women with disabilities and Indigenous women are the most likely to be targeted.
Looking at how BIPOC faculty are paid and treated when they first enter academia, and truly listening to them, would be a good first step in changing white privilege.
Researcher Vincent Larivière explains the factors leading to gender inequality in research.
Universities across the country are reassessing historical figures and renaming the buildings that commemorated them.
If participating postsecondary institutions don’t meet their targets by the end of 2029, the number of research chairs they receive will be cut.
Offer free tutoring in math and science to high school students to help level the playing field, suggests engineering dean.
‘Escalating anti-Asian racism is something that’s very real in Canada,’ said UBC’s president.
Anti-Asian racism affects us as Asian Canadians in our daily lives and in our careers.
Including social justice in public health curriculum will equip students with an equity lens.
Marketing/communications offices need to ensure the voices of BIPOC faculty and students are represented and amplified, not tokenized or misrepresented as they are now.
How the pandemic has highlighted the disparities and knowledge gaps in our institutions and society.
To work in a setting in which all of the power, opportunities, leadership and administration is primarily white is a powerful reality check.
Tackling racism isn’t a ‘flash-in-the-pan kind of thing,’ says the head of the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.
The decisions that professors make around evaluation and review – as well as in teaching and scholarly inquiry – are a product of their own interpretation of “excellence.”
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 […]
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 […]
Diversity is easy to define and measure, and thus manage, but equity and inclusion are not and require much greater effort.