March 8, 2023
A drop of water in the desert: a message of hope for International Women’s Day
In my opinion
In the midst of difficult times, find comfort and courage in the immeasurable contributions of women and the communities that help lift them up.
BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | MAR 08 2023

Co-designing the curriculum
Co-designing the curriculum
In the Students as Partners approach, instructors collaborate with students to develop a university course.
BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | MAR 08 2023

Ontario’s auditor general delivers recommendations to four universities
Ontario’s auditor general delivers recommendations to four universities
The audit found that some universities have struggled to fill a funding gap created by the province’s decision to reduce and freeze domestic tuition fees.
BY MOIRA MACDONALD | MAR 02 2023

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Bald eagle makes history at UPEI
Bald eagle makes history at UPEI
A team of veterinarians, techs and students performed a rare spinal surgery on the bird.
BY ANGELA MOMBOURQUETTE | MAR 07 2023

How to become a next-level listener
How to become a next-level listener
Work better by listening more and talking less — not because it is easy, but because it’s valuable.
BY BAILEY SOUSA & ALEXANDER CLARK | MAR 06 2023

How universities can reclaim their instrumental role in revitalizing democracy
How universities can reclaim their instrumental role in revitalizing democracy
As a guardian of freedom of expression and critical thought, higher education plays an invaluable role in maintaining stable and balanced democratic systems.
BY SANNI YAYA | MAR 03 2023

Nancy Handrigan Acadia University

Acadia University has chosen Nancy Handrigan as its vice-president of advancement, a role she’s held on an interim basis since March 1, 2021. Ms. Handrigan joined Acadia in 2013 as executive director of philanthropy before being named campaign director of the university’s most ambitious fundraising initiative to date, in 2017. She holds an MA from McMaster University and a certified fundraising executive designation.

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