April 26, 2023
Ableism in the academy
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Disabled scholars say they often rely on ad hoc agreements to get the accommodations they need to do their jobs. The lack of formal recognition has left many feeling unprotected and unwelcome in the academic workplace.
BY JOHN LOEPPKY | APR 26 2023

Universities offer support for student-parents
Universities offer support for student-parents
Universities are increasingly working to respond to their communities’ calls for daycare centres.
BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | APR 25 2023

Insights from the ‘other side’
Insights from the ‘other side’
A professor emeritus reflects on how she still feels ‘on the brink of everything’ even after retirement.
BY SHARON MOORE | APR 25 2023

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Bringing your graduate work to life
Bringing your graduate work to life
Concordia University’s Creative Reuse Centre demonstrates how one student used her degree to transform a passion into a major project with real-world impact.
BY CINDY TRAN | APR 21 2023

We need boldness and daring in our education system
We need boldness and daring in our education system
The case of McGill’s Building 21.
BY OLLIVIER DYENS | APR 21 2023

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Leadership lost
Leadership lost
Student clubs are struggling in the pandemic’s wake. Universities can help them back on their feet.
BY BROCK RICHARDSON | APR 20 2023

When youth voices are heard, science shines brighter
When youth voices are heard, science shines brighter
Members of the chief science adviser of Canada’s inaugural Youth Council share a vision for science as their term comes to an end.
BY FARAH QAISER, AUDREY LAVENTURE, MADISON RILLING, MAX KING, CHELSIE JOHNSON, NATASHA JAKAC-SINCLAIR, LANDON GETZ, ANDRÉA CARTILE, MARIE-EVE BOULANGER & JUSTINE AMMENDOLIA | APR 24 2023

Shanthi Johnson University of Windsor

The University of Windsor has appointed Shanthi Johnson vice-president, research and innovation, effective July 1. Dr. Johnson joins U of Windsor from the University of Alberta, where she most recently served as professor and dean of the school of public health. Dr. Johnson has served on a number of boards including the National Seniors Council, the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, and the CIHR Governing Council.

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