U of T to slash international PhD tuition fees
The University of Toronto is drastically cutting tuition fees for international PhD students — a rare move administrators hope will open doors for more outstanding academics to come here to study.
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Professor calls on UBC to disclose any disciplinary action against Stephen Porter
A UBC professor says the institution must tell the public if it took any disciplinary action after an investigation found Dr. Stephen Porter breached multiple university policies.
University of Guelph suspends prof for allegedly insulting student with severe anxiety
The professor allegedly referred to the student’s educational assistant as his “handler” who “needed to control” the student.
Another Concordia creative writing prof faces harassment allegations from former students
Toronto novelist Ibi Kaslik is one of two women to file formal complaints with the Montreal school.
Student goes to court to get ‘none of the above’ on election ballots
A University of Ottawa student is taking the federal government to court because federal election ballots don’t provide a “none of the above” option, which he argues is an affront to free speech.