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2011

BY TARA SIEBARTH | November 11 2011
BY J.N. LITTLE | November 07 2011

Why I won’t be attending your seasonal party.

BY DOUG OWRAM | November 07 2011

A degree is an opportunity, not a guarantee.

BY AIMÉE MORRISON, ERIN WUNKER AND HEATHER ZWICKER | November 07 2011

Should you co-author a scholarly article?

BY TIM LOUGHEED | November 07 2011

The organization formerly known as APICS gets a new name and look but retains its goal of linking the region’s faculty, students and scientists.

BY KRISTEN WRIGHT | November 07 2011

The University of Calgary has a new student group, which started this fall: the Nursing Guys Club.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | November 07 2011

Gliding safely to research success.

BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | November 07 2011

Researcher chronicles the relationship between Quebeckers and their religious profanity.

BY IAN D. CLARK, DAVID TRICK + RICHARD VAN LOON | November 07 2011

A new book argues for substantial reform to Ontario’s higher-education system, including the introduction of a rare breed of institution in Canada: the teaching-oriented university.

BY TIM JOHNSON | November 07 2011

Why some scholars are adopting an educational philosophy that eschews formal lessons and any form of structure – and why others think it could be dangerous.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | November 07 2011

Oversupply doesn’t begin to describe the labour-market mismatch between newly minted teachers and teaching jobs in Ontario.

BY CINDY DEACHMAN | October 31 2011

Dalhousie program puts “in costume” in a whole new light.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | October 26 2011

Proposals for overhauling the NRC, student internships and continued funding for research granting councils are well received.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | October 19 2011

Index, 12 years in the making, tracks quality of life in Canada.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | October 11 2011
BY SUSAN PETERS | October 11 2011

Pan-Canadian event is meant to celebrate success of the KIP program.

BY HARVEY WEINGARTEN | October 11 2011

It’s time to measure.

BY MELONIE FULLICK | October 11 2011

A discussion on whether scholars should take the time to write a blog about their work.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | October 11 2011

It took seven years, but Memorial University has finally been able to bestow its honorary doctoral degree upon Burmese activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi.

BY HILARY DUFF | October 11 2011

One in four: that’s the ratio of female to male MPs elected to the 41st federal Parliament. It’s a staggering underrepresentation, and yet it’s the highest level yet attained for women in the Commons. These gender imbalances are evident not just in politics but in many senior leadership positions, a fact that has led to […]

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