April 12, 2023
Provincial budget round-up 2023: highlights for the university sector
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Most provinces are targeting new funding to expand health care programs and student financial assistance.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 12 2023

Teaching students how to work with and understand the limits of data
Teaching students how to work with and understand the limits of data
Our students will work in a data-driven world. How can instructors ensure they have the skills they need to work with data responsibly?
BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | APR 11 2023

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Take part in the 92nd Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, hosted by York University from May 27 to June 2, 2023:

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Concordia launches program to increase Indigenous student graduation rate in engineering
Concordia launches program to increase Indigenous student graduation rate in engineering
The initiative is the latest bridging program at a Canadian university to address the under-representation of Indigenous students in STEM fields.
BY RHIANNON RUSSELL | APR 12 2023

You will remember me: on the importance of learning students’ names
You will remember me: on the importance of learning students’ names
To be called by your name in a class is to exist in your own right.
BY DANIEL JUTRAS | APR 06 2023

Alan Shepard Western University

Alan Shepard has been reappointed Western University’s president and vice-chancellor. Dr. Shepard began his first term on July 1, 2019, and led the process resulting in the university’s new strategic plan. He has held various senior positions throughout his career, including as president and vice-chancellor of Concordia University as well as provost and vice-president, academic, at Toronto Metropolitan University (then Ryerson University). Dr. Shepard is chair of the Council of Ontario Universities.

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