September 27, 2023
Who is reviewing the reviewers?
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The CIHR Review Quality Assurance process reveals vast majority of grant reviewers are doing a good job.
BY BRIAN OWENS | SEP 25 2023

Tips to avoid the Fall burnout
Tips to avoid the Fall burnout
The key to surviving and thriving is to have a good navigation strategy.
BY MABEL HO & CATHERINE MAYBREY | SEP 21 2023

Universities hit hard by Meta’s block of Canadian news
Universities hit hard by Meta’s block of Canadian news
Student presses are especially struggling to adapt.
BY DIANE PETERS | SEP 22 2023

The art of grant writing: write, rewrite and write again
The art of grant writing: write, rewrite and write again
And don't forget the detailed budgeting and a looming submission deadline.
BY SARAH RUEDIGER | SEP 27 2023

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A guide to securing four different types of postdoc positions
A guide to securing four different types of postdoc positions
Choosing the right one depends on your specific academic background, lived experience, personal interests and career goals.
BY ARABY SMYTH | SEP 26 2023

Reducing the environmental impact of research: a shared responsibility
Reducing the environmental impact of research: a shared responsibility
By targeting certain behaviours, we can significantly reduce the environmental impact of research without compromising quality.
BY MEMBERS OF THE FRQS' INTERSECTORAL STUDENT COMMITTEE | SEP 27 2023

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U of T Scarborough and Scarborough Health Network (SHN) have announced new speakers for the Building Communities through Inclusive Health conference. On October 13 and 14, you will hear from clinicians, scholars, and community leaders who will discuss how to bridge gaps in Canada’s health system.

Jodeme Goldhar will facilitate discussions with healthcare leaders, including Anna Greenberg, Chief Regional Officer at Ontario Health and Dr. Danielle Martin, Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at U of T.

U of T Scarborough and SHN have made the conference free for all attendees. Register today.


Tim Tang University of Alberta

Tim Tang will be joining the University of Alberta as the new associate vice-president, student experience, effective Nov. 1, 2023. Mr. Tang is moving to the U of A from MacEwan University, where he served as associate vice-president, students. He has held senior roles at several postsecondary institutions such as York University and Queen’s, and previously worked at the U of A as an assistant registrar and director, admissions.

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