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Alberta orders major universities to suspend pursuit of new partnerships with China
Alberta has ordered its four major universities to suspend the pursuit of partnerships with individuals or organizations linked to the Chinese government or ruling Chinese Communist Party, citing concerns over national security and the risk that the research could be used to facilitate human-rights abuses.
Dual-credit programs help pave way to post-secondary studies
For Grade 12 students approaching graduation, the big question is: “What happens next?”
“Turning a massive ship”: U of A set to host massive virtual humanities conference next week
The University of Alberta is preparing to host thousands of attendees at an online humanities congress next week in what is being billed as the largest academic virtual gathering in Canadian history.
London Free Press
Cash for class: King’s University College will pay students for summer course
King’s University College is offering students cash to go to class.
U of C contract proposal including wage rollbacks ‘disgusting’: union
The University of Calgary is proposing a three per cent wage rollback for more than 5,000 support staff in contentious contract negotiations, according to the union representing impacted workers.
New leadership position at UVic aims to bring Indigenous perspective to institution
Robina Thomas wants the University of Victoria to be a place where Indigenous people can pursue an education without forgoing their values and beliefs to belong.
New survey a ‘first step’ to dismantling anti-Black racism, says researcher
Seven in 10 Black Canadians have experienced racism on a regular or occasional basis, suggests a preliminary study that experts are calling a “first step” toward dismantling systemic discrimination.
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Opinion: Equity, diversity and inclusion strategies that actually work
Many approaches to addressing gender parity in the work force have focused on getting more women into the talent pipeline, especially in senior or leadership roles where women are often missing.
Judge’s knuckles rapped over U of T appointment interference; can stay on bench
A federal court judge accused of bias against Palestinians over his views on a proposed appointment at the University of Toronto made serious mistakes, but can stay on the job, a judicial review body concluded on Friday.