We must acknowledge the difficulty of the work ahead, but not be deterred by it.
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They affirm that universities have a vital role to play in helping society navigate through the deepest challenges of our time, from climate change to the dangers of misinformation and rising intolerance.
To mark the magazine’s 60th anniversary, current editor Léo Charbonneau sits down with the magazine’s two preceding editors to look back on the issues, events and personalities covered in its pages over the years.
“Acknowledging that [Indigenous communities] have sovereignty over the material and that it is indeed not yours is one of the key things we’re trying to promote in the work that we’re doing with the archival community.”
Having early discussions about a role change with those close to you is important, so they can grow with your decision.
Several universities are pursuing initiatives to train students and workers, support industry and safeguard our country’s critical infrastructure.
Supervisors and graduate program chairs need to encourage the use of these important campus resources.
The award-winning organization specializing in educational forays into the Arctic and Antarctic celebrates its 20th anniversary next year.
Program also aims to diversify source countries for incoming international students.