March 20, 2024
Can new approaches to medical curriculum solve the family doctor shortage?
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Three new medical schools and an innovative family medicine program look to alleviate a crisis in primary care.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAR 20 2024

Testing limits: navigating the complex web of national security, research and diversity
Testing limits: navigating the complex web of national security, research and diversity
Canada is balancing security imperatives and the need for diversity in academic research. How do we maintain our global commitments while protecting our national interests?
BY MOHAMED BERRADA | MAR 15 2024

Gabriel Miller
Gabriel Miller
Universities Canada New CEO
BY DANIEL HALTON | MAR 14 2024

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What to remember when negotiating an offer of employment
What to remember when negotiating an offer of employment
There are several details that should be finalized before you sign on to a faculty position.
BY REINHART REITHMEIER & EMMANUELLE ARNAUD | MAR 19 2024

From flipped classroom to flipped thesis: A model for engaged graduate student research
From flipped classroom to flipped thesis: A model for engaged graduate student research
Building stakeholder partnerships from the beginning of a thesis project is a great way to inspire meaningful knowledge mobilization from student research.
BY GARRETT RICHARDS | MAR 18 2024

The rewards of being part of your university’s retiree association
The rewards of being part of your university’s retiree association
After retirement, it can be difficult to maintain your social connections – joining your institution’s retiree association can be a great solution.
BY GLADYS WE | MAR 15 2024

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Pamela Swett McMaster University

Pamela Swett has been reappointed as dean of the faculty of humanities at McMaster University for a second, five-year term beginning July 1. Dr. Swett led the creation of the faculty’s first-ever strategic plan and played a key role in launching the Wilson College of Leadership and Civic Engagement. She first joined McMaster as a faculty member in history and served as chair of the history department from 2011 until 2017.

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