May 10, 2023
From ChatGPT bans to task forces, universities are rethinking their approach to academic misconduct
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Postsecondary institutions are playing catch up as generative AI and other emerging technologies make their way into student coursework.
BY DIANE PETERS | MAY 10 2023

How can undergraduate degrees meet the demands of the workforce?
How can undergraduate degrees meet the demands of the workforce?
Injecting programs with interdisciplinarity can foster coveted skills in communication, collaboration, problem-solving and leadership.
BY REY ROSALES | MAY 05 2023

New Centre for Research and Innovation opens at Memorial
New Centre for Research and Innovation opens at Memorial
A pulp and paper mill has become a unique hub to ignite innovation.
BY ANGELA MOMBOURQUETTE | MAY 04 2023

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Join us at Congress 2023 – May 27 to June 2 @ York University

Take part in the 92nd Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, hosted by York University from May 27 to June 2, 2023. York University and the Federation for Humanities and Social Sciences are thrilled to welcome up to 8,000 scholars, graduate students, and practitioners in the humanities and social sciences this May. The conference will support equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization (EDID) under the theme Reckonings & Re-Imaginings and will feature virtual components to accommodate participants joining remotely. Congress 2023 will have an unmissable events lineup including Big Thinking keynotes from The Right Honorable Michaëlle Jean, 27th Governor General, Commander-in-Chief of Canada, and Alanis Obomsawin, one of Canada’s most distinguished filmmakers.

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The future is green. Will your students be ready?
The future is green. Will your students be ready?
The drive towards automation and away from a greenhouse gas-emitting economy is demanding new and evolving skills from Canada’s workforce, a report shows.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAY 09 2023

Ontario Tech kinesiology course combats ageism
Ontario Tech kinesiology course combats ageism
‘Adopt a Grand-Student’ is part of the university’s commitment to being an age-friendly university.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAY 08 2023

Making an impact in sustainability through WIL
Making an impact in sustainability through WIL
How the University of Waterloo is advancing sustainability goals in their work-integrated learning programs.
BY SHABNAM (SHAY) IVKOVIĆ & MICAELA KELLY | MAY 08 2023

Philip Landon Universities Canada

Philip Landon has been appointed as interim president and CEO of Universities Canada (publisher of University Affairs), effective July 1. Mr. Landon currently serves as chief operatin officer at the organization, where he is responsible for the association’s strategic planning and implementation and oversees the program, policy, external and member relations, information management and governance functions. Mr. Landon recently spearheaded and launched Universities Canada’s climate initiative.  

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