July 19, 2023
Pride flags at the University of Fraser Valley vandalized nine times in two months
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The display became a symbol of resilience for the LGBTQ2+ community on campus and a teachable moment.
BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | JUL 19 2023

Why you should start using open educational resources in your teaching
Why you should start using open educational resources in your teaching
These learning materials can be freely shared and usually allow for the ability to adapt them to meet student needs.
BY LOLEEN BERDAHL & HEATHER ROSS | JUL 17 2023

The benefits of training attention
The benefits of training attention
Universities need to take an active role in cultivating this fundamental tool for student learning.
BY TEJAS PANDYA | JUL 14 2023

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Harnessing the power of storytelling for mature international graduate students
Harnessing the power of storytelling for mature international graduate students
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Heather Davis-Fisch University of Lethbridge

Heather Davis-Fisch has been appointed dean of the faculty of fine arts at the University of Lethbridge. A respected theatre scholar, she previously served as founding director of the school of creative arts at the Unviersity of the Fraser Valley, where she was also head of the theatre department and chair of the bachelor of media arts program.

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