May 24, 2023
Pushing for a culture shift at Congress 2023
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The conference returns to its first in-person meeting in four years under the theme of “Reckonings and Re-imaginings.”
BY MICHAEL RANCIC | MAY 24 2023

Charting a path for your reader: How to signpost well
Charting a path for your reader: How to signpost well
Most journal articles use the technique to help readers navigate the text.
BY LETITIA HENVILLE | MAY 24 2023

McMaster University retirees continue to give back to the university
McMaster University retirees continue to give back to the university
Members of Canada’s longest-running university retiree association contribute to research, aging initiatives and planning.
BY SUSAN BIRNIE & HELEN BARTON | MAY 23 2023

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Making the transition from bench science to remote work
Making the transition from bench science to remote work
Quitting my postdoc position has taken me on an incredibly rewarding global adventure requiring flexibility and adaptation.
BY MATTEO TARDELLI | MAY 18 2023

Taking mental wellness education beyond the campus: How universities can help respond to the mental health care crisis
Taking mental wellness education beyond the campus: How universities can help respond to the mental health care crisis
The growing interest in wellness is an opportunity for universities to provide evidence-based information beyond campuses, in the broader community.
BY JOANNA POZZULO & ANNA STONE | MAY 19 2023

Shelagh Rowles Yukon University

Shelagh Rowles has accepted the position of provost and vice-president, academic, at Yukon University. She has been with the institution since 1991. She has served as executive director of its centre for northern innovation in mining since 2012. Dr. Rowles holds an interdisciplinary PhD in the fields of history, public policy and innovation.

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