October 26, 2022
Making the case for One Health
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The interdisciplinary approach to human, animal and environmental health is gaining traction in teaching and research, but the field still struggles against institutional silos.
BY DIANE PETERS | OCT 26 2022

Why universities logged record-high revenues in the midst of the pandemic
Why universities logged record-high revenues in the midst of the pandemic
The head of CAUT worries that financial fundamentals remain weak despite the windfall.
BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | OCT 26 2022

Athabasca U battle over its local presence continues
Athabasca U battle over its local presence continues
Frustrated students and faculty feel left out of discussions between the Alberta government and administration.
BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | OCT 26 2022

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Now is the time to address chronic underfunding
Now is the time to address chronic underfunding
Our collective future, as well as that of future generations, depends on adequately funding higher education.
BY SANNI YAYA | OCT 24 2022

The ethical complexities of Canada’s dependence on <i>edugration</i>
The ethical complexities of Canada’s dependence on edugration
More ethical models are needed for Canada’s outdated and malfunctioning internationalization policies.
BY LISA BRUNNER | OCT 25 2022

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National Dialogues and Action for Inclusive Higher Education and Communities

The University of Toronto is hosting the National Dialogues and Action for Inclusive Higher Education and Communities, focusing on addressing ableism, disability, and accessibility in Canadian higher education.

A free, virtual event – Friday, December 2, 2022

Engage with participants from across the Canadian higher education landscape and experts from outside the sector as we critically address issues such as: structural ableism in the Canadian academy; inclusive curriculum, learning design, work facilitation and research supports; and inclusive infrastructure, design, and planning.

To register for this important conversation, please visit https://uoft.me/8qT


UTM acquires monumental video game collection
UTM acquires monumental video game collection
The Syd Bolton Collection is the biggest known video game archive in Canada.
BY HANNAH LIDDLE | OCT 20 2022

Why we’re radically wrong about how we equip ourselves for academic work
Why we’re radically wrong about how we equip ourselves for academic work
Exercise your core skills to clear the hurdles of a growing workload.
BY ALEXANDER CLARK & BAILEY SOUSA | OCT 21 2022

Samantha Brennan University of Guelph

The University of Guelph has reappointed Samantha Brennan dean of the college of arts for a five-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2023. During her first term, Dr. Brennan has worked to foster innovative and inclusive programming at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Previously, she worked at Western University, where she chaired the department of philosophy.

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