May 3, 2023
Research re-imagined
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As academics experiment with the graphic novel form, their research is reaching – and influencing – new audiences.
BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | MAY 03 2023

The importance of human-centred leadership
The importance of human-centred leadership
Showing gratitude, providing professional growth opportunities as well as community-building are all vital to being a good leader.
BY JODI SZIMANSKI & BETHANY EDMUNDS | APR 27 2023

Telling Indigenous stories through medicines of the land
Telling Indigenous stories through medicines of the land
Kwantlen U library collection features plant-based skin care items.
BY ERIKA THORKELSON | MAY 02 2023

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Alone or with others?
Alone or with others?
What place should be given to teamwork in university education? Reflections on a teaching practice that relies on collaboration and solidarity as essential vectors of learning.
BY DANIEL JUTRAS | MAY 01 2023

Negotiation: A skill that can transform your graduate school experience and beyond
Negotiation: A skill that can transform your graduate school experience and beyond
The word often provokes fear, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
BY CERYL TAN & E. IDIL TEMEL | MAY 02 2023

5 things to think about before getting into the world of science policy-making
5 things to think about before getting into the world of science policy-making
A panel of academics offers a few caveats for scientists to consider before jumping into public policy-making.
BY PASCALE CASTONGUAY | APR 28 2023

Why PhDs should consider the labour market when exploring careers
Why PhDs should consider the labour market when exploring careers
By using labour market information as a tool for targeted career exploration, you can facilitate a smoother transition to employment following graduation.
BY REBECCA MAYMON | APR 28 2023

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Mark Robertson Toronto Metropolitan University

Mark Robertson has been named chief librarian at Toronto Metropolitan University. Dr. Robertson will join TMU from Brock University, where he has been university librarian since 2016. Prior to that, Dr. Robertson was associate university librarian for information services at York University. His new role begins July 1.

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