August 30, 2023
The excellence dilemma
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Are equity, diversity and inclusion criteria and sustainable development goals compatible with academia’s obsession with excellence?
BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | AUG 30 2023

Could ChatGPT be your next co-author?
Could ChatGPT be your next co-author?
As generative AI disrupts the world of teaching and learning, academia has been slow to address its use in scholarly research.
BY DIANE PETERS | AUG 29 2023

The ‘End of the English Major’ misses the point
The ‘End of the English Major’ misses the point
English departments will continue to matter if they remain places where students’ ideas are considered.
BY JAMIE PARIS | AUG 28 2023

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Transforming teaching assistantships into talent development
Transforming teaching assistantships into talent development
How instructors can help teaching assistants develop as graduate students.
BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | AUG 24 2023

Finding a piece of Canadian art history
Finding a piece of Canadian art history
An audio tour celebrates the 50th anniversary of a sprawling – now largely forgotten – art installation created by late Canadian artist Michael Snow for the opening of Brock’s iconic Mackenzie Chown Complex.
BY NATALIE SAMSON | AUG 25 2023

The international graduate students’ guide to English language proficiency tests – Part 2
The international graduate students’ guide to English language proficiency tests – Part 2
No matter which exam you choose, preparation is key.
BY ZYRENE ESTALLO | AUG 25 2023

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Tom Durnin Mount Royal University

Tom Durnin has been named chief information officer at Mount Royal University. He spent 19 years at the University of Calgary, serving most recently as director, IT investment, project management office and customer engagement. He holds an MBA from the Australian Institute of Business.

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