May 15, 2024
New book offers hope on how to renew our troubled universities
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Former University Affairs columnist Jessica Riddell wants academics to rewire their mindsets and perspectives on how Canadian universities are currently being run.
BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | MAY 15 2024

New tool to detect early-stage breast cancer
New tool to detect early-stage breast cancer
University of Waterloo researchers developing innovative technology that is cost-effective and safer than current diagnostic methods.
BY SONIA MENDES | MAY 15 2024

Faculty stand in solidarity with uOttawa encampment
Faculty stand in solidarity with uOttawa encampment
A solidarity letter has garnered more than 200 signatures from faculty, librarians and staff.
BY BIANCA MCKEOWN & OLIVIA GRANDY | MAY 13 2024

Opposition to Ontario’s Bill 166 gains momentum
Opposition to Ontario’s Bill 166 gains momentum
The legislation would give the minister of education unprecedented powers over university policies, according to new coalition.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAY 09 2024

The future of Canadian 'edugration': A closer look at Saskatchewan
The future of Canadian 'edugration': A closer look at Saskatchewan
With the recent international student cap imposed by the federal government, the Prairie province will now be competing for a smaller potential pool of international students.
BY LECIA ELLIS & MICHAEL COTTRELL | MAY 13 2024

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<i>Prof pas prof, j'y vais</i>: A comic book demystifies the teaching profession
Prof pas prof, j'y vais: A comic book demystifies the teaching profession
Five academics draw on their own experiences to paint a portrait of the ups and downs that await new professors.
BY DAISY LE CORRE | MAY 09 2024

Why you should consider reinventing yourself after retirement
Why you should consider reinventing yourself after retirement
It is important to move beyond your previous experience and challenge yourself in this new phase of life.
BY WERNER J. BECKER | MAY 14 2024

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Creating effective teaching slides
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Kenneth Deveau Université Sainte-Anne

Kenneth Deveau has been appointed president and vice-chancellor of Université Sainte-Anne for a five-year term beginning July 1, 2024. With a PhD in education and specializing in the vitality of linguistic minority communities, Dr. Deveau began his career in 1992 as a science and math teacher at École secondaire de Clare before pursuing doctoral studies in 2000 at Université de Moncton. He is recognized for his many contributions as a research associate with the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities from 2002 to 2013.

He joined Université Sainte-Anne in 2004 as a professor in the department of education. In 2011, he was appointed vice-president, academic and research, a position he held until 2021, when he became development officer for research infrastructure and entrepreneurship. Since 2023, Mr. Deveau has been executive director of the Conseil de développement économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse.

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