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2019

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | November 29 2019

70 percent of respondents said they had witnessed or experienced racism on campus.

BY SUZANNE BOWNESS | November 28 2019

Small steps can make a big difference to engaging students in their own assessment.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | November 27 2019

EDITOR’S NOTE The new era of EDI: Efforts to promote equity, diversity and inclusion are sweeping Canada’s campuses LETTERS Tragedy of the commons PEOPLE ON THE MOVE The University of Saskatchewan has appointed Chelsea Willness its next university secretary and chief governance officer. Her appointment takes effect Jan. 1, 2020, and other appointments. CAMPUS Art […]

BY LESLEY EVANS OGDEN | November 27 2019

For many, leaving academia to start a family is a one-way trip – a derailment condescendingly referred to as “the mommy track.”

BY NATALIE SAMSON | November 26 2019

He just wouldn’t stay away.

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | November 25 2019

As firms like Uber and Airbnb become ubiquitous, Canadian academics struggle to find reliable data to analyze how the “digital platform economy” affects labour and policy-making.

BY STEPHANIE WHITNEY | November 25 2019

I can be an effective scholar and leader only if I am healthy both physically and mentally.

BY SHEILA COTE-MEEK | November 22 2019

To get to know an institution, you need to understand its people, place and culture.

BY PAUL GOOCH | November 20 2019

A visitor who hasn’t set foot on a campus for many years would be impressed by the wide array of services dedicated to helping students succeed nowadays, according to this excerpt from Course Correction: A Map for the Distracted University.

BY SHARON OOSTHOEK | November 18 2019

Emily Carr University of Art + Design cancelled classes in solidarity with the Global Climate Strike in September.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | November 13 2019

The survey, which closes December 6, aims to address the lack of data on equity, diversity and inclusion in the postsecondary sector.

BY JOHN BERGERON & KATHLEEN DICKSON | November 12 2019

Our emphasis on boutique funding programs, rather than open discovery science, hampers our prospects.

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | November 11 2019

Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges puts the Dutch master’s hometown in the spotlight.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | November 04 2019

The Bridge Prize was established as the University of Lethbridge’s “Giller Prize for students,” says dean of liberal education.

BY KATE WALLACE | October 31 2019

The University of New Brunswick Woodsmen aren’t your grandfather’s lumberjacks.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | October 31 2019

EDITOR’S NOTE A topical trifecta: Climate change, cyberbullying and campus diversity LETTERS An excellent role model CAMPUS A novel approach to teaching nursing students about opioids Exhibition by UFV’s South Asian Studies Institute updates Canada’s hockey history PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Lakehead University announced that Jula Hughes will be the new dean of the university’s […]

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | October 30 2019

There’s much to admire in Canada’s higher education system, but we can do so much better.

BY WENDY GLAUSER | October 30 2019

Researchers and funders are increasingly focusing on how to prepare for a changed – and changing – climate.

BY JESSICA NATALE WOOLLARD | October 29 2019

The university’s initiative is one of a patchwork of such programs across the country.

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | October 28 2019

Professors created a graphic novel and simulations to prepare students for treating opioid overdoses.

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