November 8, 2023
Quebec's tuition fee model: not able to see the forest for the trees
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The Quebec government’s announced tuition fee increase for out-of-province students has sparked intense political debate over university funding.
BY MOHAMED BERRADA | NOV 02 2023

How inclusive is the Okanagan Charter of Indigenous and racialized lived experiences?
How inclusive is the Okanagan Charter of Indigenous and racialized lived experiences?
We should be embedding health equity into all aspects of campus culture.
BY LEVONNE ABSHIRE | NOV 07 2023

The importance of science communication skills cannot be overstated
The importance of science communication skills cannot be overstated
Conferences like ComSciCon offer graduate students a chance to practice their science communication skills in a variety of mediums.
BY NADIA LANA | NOV 08 2023

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Washing machines and LLM AI: lessons from two grandmothers
Washing machines and LLM AI: lessons from two grandmothers
Large language model technologies have the capacity to level the playing field in academe, but some will be opposed and want to preserve established hierarchies of knowledge and authority.
BY VANESSA ANDREOTTI | NOV 03 2023

York University is the latest to go digital with mobile identification cards
York University is the latest to go digital with mobile identification cards
Moving away from plastic is more sustainable, efficient and aligned with student expectations.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | NOV 06 2023

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Michelle Helstein University of Lethbridge

Michelle Helstein has been appointed provost and vice-president, academic, at the University of Lethbridge. Dr. Helstein holds a PhD in physical education and recreation from the University of Alberta and began her career at U of Lethbridge as a researcher in 2003. She was most recently interim deputy provost.

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