April 17, 2024
Graduate student scholarships to increase for the first time in two decades in research heavy federal budget
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The Liberals’ major injection in research and innovation has been met with overwhelmingly positive responses.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 17 2024

How to become fireproof
How to become fireproof
If you find you are spending the bulk of your time putting out fires, you need to consider reasons behind them.
BY ELIZABETH WELLS | APR 12 2024

What counts as support for PhD students?
What counts as support for PhD students?
Even though funding remains the most requested priority, many PhDs also want professional development support.
BY JOEL RODGERS | APR 16 2024

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Innovation and ethics in the age of AI – meeting Canadian student expectations for access and pace of change
Innovation and ethics in the age of AI – meeting Canadian student expectations for access and pace of change
Artificial intelligence has swiftly become a transformative force in higher education, reshaping the student journey from induction to learning outcomes.
BY CHRIS HELSBY | APR 17 2024

Wisdom Tettey Carleton University

Wisdom Tettey has been appointed president and vice-chancellor of Carleton University. Dr. Tettey joins Carleton from the University of Toronto, where he currently serves as a vice-president and has been principal of the Scarborough campus since 2018.

Dr. Tettey has proven experience in leadership at a number of major Canadian universities and has convened the National Dialogues and Action for Inclusive Education and Communities since 2000. The first of those sessions led to the creation of the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Higher Education. He begins his appointemnt on Jan. 1, 2025.

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