This position gives you a great opportunity to expand your leadership skills.
Envisioning the PhD journey as three distinct stages: the marathon, the discourse and the compass.
Recognizing other forms of scholarly communication can provide more creative ways to generate and mobilize knowledge.
A simple practice by one Brock University professor is helping foster student attentiveness and mental health.
Strategies for universities to promote respectful relationships on campus.
A newly created digital tool can help promote inclusion and reflect on institutional bias.
More technology, quizzes, games and discussion boards in a class don’t necessarily lead to better teaching – they can lead to burnout for both professors and students.
English departments will continue to matter if they remain places where students’ ideas are considered.
All of my students use ChatGPT, but the grade distribution remains the same.
Universities need to take an active role in cultivating this fundamental tool for student learning.
Sustainability projects like this at McMaster help to meet campus needs and provide valuable opportunities for students to put theory – and their passions – into practice.
Quitting my postdoc position has taken me on an incredibly rewarding global adventure requiring flexibility and adaptation.
The drive towards automation and away from a greenhouse gas-emitting economy is demanding new and evolving skills from Canada’s workforce, a report shows.
Injecting programs with interdisciplinarity can foster coveted skills in communication, collaboration, problem-solving and leadership.
What place should be given to teamwork in university education? Reflections on a teaching practice that relies on collaboration and solidarity as essential vectors of learning.
A panel of academics offers a few caveats for scientists to consider before jumping into public policy-making.
Showing gratitude, providing professional growth opportunities as well as community-building are all vital to being a good leader.
The case of McGill’s Building 21.
To be called by your name in a class is to exist in your own right.
Nine tips for cultivating a valued skill.