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BY LISA BRUNNER & ROOPA DESAI TRILOKEKAR | FEB 01 2024

Shifting narratives in Canada’s international education and immigration landscape.

BY RYAN KATZ-ROSENE | JAN 29 2024

The policy encourages scholars to reduce the climate footprint associated with their research activities.

BY ALAN MARTINO | DEC 21 2023

Navigating academia with invisible disabilities.

BY JENNIFER S. SIMPSON | DEC 08 2023

Why Canadian universities need to think more holistically to effectively integrate more robust forms of equity.

BY MARC SPOONER | NOV 24 2023

One clear message from the panel is that the provincial government’s plans regarding performance-based funding were misguided.

BY WEI CAI | NOV 10 2023

The efficacy of learning from apps and achieving intended learning outcomes begs contemplation.

BY VANESSA ANDREOTTI | NOV 03 2023

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 SAMER ADEEB | OCT 19 2023

Instead of focusing on the “best” candidate, committees should instead ensure a good fit for the department.

BY BENJAMIN MAIANGWA | OCT 10 2023

Both the federal and provincial governments need to treat international students as a resource to invest in.

BY JULIE CAFLEY | OCT 06 2023

Academia needs to commit to providing equitable opportunities for women and those who identify as women with intersectional identities.

BY TANYA RUMBLE | SEP 29 2023

Gift acceptance policies need to reflect the values of an institution.

BY MEMBERS OF THE FRQS' INTERSECTORAL STUDENT COMMITTEE | SEP 27 2023

By targeting certain behaviours, we can significantly reduce the environmental impact of research without compromising quality.

BY JENNIFER JAKOBI & THE NSERC CHAIRS FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING | SEP 19 2023

Deconstructing the racial and historical context surrounding the controversial term.

BY BENJAMIN MAIANGWA, ANTONY PUDDEPHATT & OLUWATOMI AKINYEDE | SEP 12 2023

The main problem is the government’s failure to subsidize international students.

BY KLODIANA KOLOMITRO & JOHN PIERCE | AUG 21 2023

Two former vice provosts of teaching and learning reflect on how they incorporated I-EDIAA at their institution.

BY JEROME CRANSTON | AUG 16 2023

Analysis of the appointments of provosts underscores the need to disrupt and dismantle current promotion processes.

BY MEGHAN NORRIS | AUG 10 2023

Despite new technologies, the foundations of teaching and learning have not changed.

BY ALASTAIR BONNETT | AUG 04 2023

Reading and studying is the only sure route to originality.

BY NICOLE CAMPBELL & ASIL EL GALAD | JUL 26 2023

We need to reimagine our teaching practices.

BY CHENG XU | JUL 11 2023

Readying novice field researchers to cope with potential feelings of dislocation on their return should be part of their training toolkit too.

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