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Headlines for Jan. 15, 2019

BY ANQI SHEN | JAN 15 2019

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Canadian universities must stop undervaluing female academics

As female professors move up the ladder into senior administration, our data shows that the pay gap gets wider for them, writes Bessma Momani, professor at the University of Waterloo.

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Economics needs to acknowledge its diversity problem

Economics has a diversity problem, though not everyone agrees, writes Lisa Kramer, a professor of finance at the University of Toronto.

Ontario won’t fund French-language university despite Ottawa support

Ontario will not reverse the cancellation of a proposed French-language university despite a federal commitment to extend funding for a team working on the project.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Fewer Saudi Arabian students at U of R leaves a ‘hole in the fabric of our community’

There are 119 fewer Saudi Arabian students attending the University of Regina this semester than there were less than a year ago.

Polytechnic university in Yellowknife could cost $80M: report

A university feasibility study released Monday says the benefits of a polytechnic outweigh the costs.

National Post
Who’s who in the federal cabinet shuffle: new faces, and old faces in new places

A look at who went where in Monday’s cabinet shuffle.

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