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BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | April 28 2021

Alberta and Manitoba reduced postsecondary funding while the other provinces budgeted increases.

BY MEAGHAN HALDENBY | March 25 2019

From personal revelations to behind-the-scenes conversations, here’s what happens when university administrators get their own podcasts.

BY UA/AU | January 02 2019

Welcome to 2019. As we turn a new page, here are the stories and issues that shaped the past year in Canadian higher education. This year is a special one for University Affairs as we mark our 60th anniversary. You will notice a design refresh if you get our print magazine (and if you don’t, you can subscribe for […]

BY UA/AU | December 26 2018

Over the past year, the University Affairs team has read and reported, edited and produced, hundreds of stories. Here are six that stayed with us. I was sexually assaulted. I turned to my university for help. Here’s what happened Coming up with the visuals for this first-person essay about a student who sought help from […]

BY ANQI SHEN | September 26 2018

We asked our readers: what is the one teaching tip, tool or technique you can’t live without?

BY DAVID KENT | July 27 2018

After nearly 10 years, some issues have definitely moved on, but so many are still stuck in really dark and nasty places.

BY UA/AU | May 09 2018

André Gaudreault of Université de Montréal among the Killam winners, while University of Toronto’s Lewis Kay takes NSERC’s Herzberg Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.

BY ANQI SHEN | January 04 2017

Just starting out? Worried about your lectures, your students, your time-management skills and more? Eight academics offer up their advice.

BY UA/AU | July 14 2016

The vast and varied world of academic Twitter accounts provides much to the community: a quick laugh, a source of information and/or procrastination (sometimes both simultaneously) and often rich networking and learning opportunities. Of course, you should already be following University Affairs and our bloggers from The Black Hole, Speculative Diction, From PhD to Life […]