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In my opinion

BY RYAN WHALEN | APR 04 2016

A lack of leadership on information policy has left Canadian research at risk of falling even further behind its peers.

BY MATTHEW SCRIBNER | MAR 29 2016

But some issues need to be approached tactfully and professionally.

BY NICHOLAS DION | MAR 15 2016

Respondents also offer suggestions on how their institutions could better aid their transition into the workforce.

BY BRENDA BROUWER | MAR 07 2016

But, leveraging that talent requires a strategy and investment.

BY SPENCER NESTICO-SEMIANIW | FEB 24 2016

We have the necessary means if we re-allocate it to those truly in need.

BY PAUL KEEN | FEB 17 2016

Conference at Carleton U in May follows up on inaugural McGill gathering last year.

BY HELEN MURPHY | FEB 12 2016

Sometimes getting the right people in the room makes all the difference. That was the idea behind a roundtable on Feb. 11 at the Canadian Embassy in Washington. Universities Canada and the Canada Foundation for Innovation co-convened the meeting of research agency leaders from Canada, the U.S. and Europe to talk about ramping up international […]

BY ANNETTE HENRY | FEB 09 2016

Universities often ignore a varied and rich Black intellectual tradition.

BY TED HEWITT | JAN 25 2016

Partnership with indigenous scholars and their communities is a key part of moving forward, says SSHRC president.

BY BRIAN MCILROY | JAN 20 2016

My department has been successful at striving for equal overall gender representation, but we remain primarily Caucasian.

BY MARY ANNE WHITE AND JOAN DAVISON CONROD | JAN 13 2016

The copyists range from a Grade 4 English teacher to an academic at a highly regarded university.

BY KYLE SILER | JAN 05 2016

Costs and benefits of cuts must be weighed accordingly.

BY PAUL AXELROD | DEC 09 2015

There are ways to have technology serve the teacher’s goals.

BY PHIL OCTETES | DEC 01 2015

As a lifelong liberal (please note the lower case “l” – this is not a partisan polemic), I thought I would never have cause to say this: Margaret Thatcher was right. I disagreed with almost all of her policies when she was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and in 1988 I was quite concerned […]

BY DAVID SMITH | OCT 21 2015

Affordable high-quality animations may mark the death of stodgy PowerPoint presentations.

BY THOMAS KLASSEN | OCT 14 2015

Despite some concerns, a liberal arts degree is still the best preparation for a rewarding career.

BY BRUCE A. HEYMAN | OCT 06 2015

Abraham Lincoln said the best way to predict your future is to create it. I have found this creative spirit ingrained in the people I meet every day across our great shared continent. Canadians and Americans believe that we, as individuals and as a community, have the ability and the obligation to leave things better […]

BY KELLY MCSHANE | SEP 23 2015

I work in an interdisciplinary way, but I find that I am still sitting on the fence.

BY PIERRE-ALEXANDRE BOLDUC | SEP 16 2015

Exchange students often find coming home the toughest part.

BY JULIE CAFLEY | SEP 08 2015

Stories of six unfinished mandates raise concerns about governance.