November 2, 2022
The murky world of unregulated international student recruiters
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The rapid rise in international recruitment has sparked calls for rules and standards to govern third-party recruiters.
BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | NOV 02 2022

Quebec initiative is helping fund Indigenous women’s research while contributing to Joyce’s Principle
Quebec initiative is helping fund Indigenous women’s research while contributing to Joyce’s Principle
The second recipient of the Joyce Echaquan Scholarship is hoping to develop a new care model.
BY ÉMÉLIE RIVARD-BOUDREAU | NOV 01 2022

Entering the next chapter: the value of university retiree associations
Entering the next chapter: the value of university retiree associations
Members benefit from social and intellectual engagement as well as important information to guide a successful retirement.
BY FRED FLETCHER | OCT 27 2022

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We can do a better job of welcoming displaced students and scholars
We can do a better job of welcoming displaced students and scholars
Strategies are needed to overcome structural barriers.
BY PARISA AZARI & CHRISTINA CLARK-KAZAK | OCT 31 2022

U of R microgrid will help grow provincial renewable energy sector
U of R microgrid will help grow provincial renewable energy sector
New funding will allow the university to develop the space and infrastructure needed for the self-sustaining energy system.
BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | NOV 02 2022

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Ontario’s French-language universities want a network of their own
Ontario’s French-language universities want a network of their own
Collaboration and improved program offerings are at the heart of this proposed initiative, which draws inspiration from the Université du Québec network.
BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | OCT 27 2022

International applications are growing, institutions’ staff are shrinking
International applications are growing, institutions’ staff are shrinking
How Educational Credential Evaluators is closing the gap.
BY LEIGH LANE PEINE | NOV 01 2022

Kevin Hewitt Dalhousie University

Kevin Hewitt, former chair of the Dalhousie University senate, has been named as the university’s first associate dean, equity and inclusion in the faculty of science. In this new role, Dr. Hewitt will lead the development and implementation of an equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility strategy and framework for the faculty. Dr. Hewitt first joined Dalhousie as an assistant faculty member in 2000.

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