Once considered little more than an interesting project for particularly motivated instructors, teaching dossiers have over the last half-decade graduated to the academic mainstream
Lucky duo to sing in celebration of U of T’s engineering society
Students from low-income families who get help with student-aid forms are more likely to attend university, says a Canada-U.S. study
Researchers capture first images of memories being made
The university has built a powerhouse football program that is the envy of interuniversity sport throughout Canada. Here’s how
Philosophy grads from Canadian universities are at a disadvantage in landing tenure-track jobs
Recession likely keeping students in school and out of the labour market
Researchers and policymakers hope it will help journalists better cover science and researchers better understand reporters’ motivations
Polaris Institute commends several universities for embracing bottled-water-free zones
Another forecast of changes coming to university education
How should a freshly minted graduate behave when they are hired for their first professional job out of university?
As one of the few groups funding national research on student access to university and college, demise of the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation will leave a gap
University Affairs was named a finalist for overall best magazine website, overall best design and twice for best blog.
Historian Alan MacEachern takes us back to the momentous events a half-century ago that shaped the university system we have today – and the magazine that chronicled those events. My favourite quotation on teaching in Canada comes from Rev. Patrick Bell, writing in 1833 for the folks back home in Scotland about his life as […]
Alumni from each decade of University Affairs’ existence remember their on-campus adventures
What better way to reflect on the changes in education and research over the past 50 years than to look at a single department – especially in the sciences – and what better place to do it than a university that opened its doors 50 years ago?
Imagining the future of Canadian post-secondary education
CFHSS aims to boost profile of its four annual book prizes
Study finds similarities, some surprising differences, at Canada’s universities
National conference in October is a first step to making this a reality