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BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 30 2015

On the contrary, the labour market is functioning as it should, says new report by the Council of Canadian Academies.

BY PEGGY BERKOWITZ | April 22 2015

Universities Canada, formerly AUCC, says new name is ‘bold and contemporary’

BY CHRISTIAN VANDENDORPE | April 08 2015

This living encyclopedia has made knowledge more accessible and more democratic than ever. Scholars need to embrace it and do all they can to support it.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | April 08 2015

All professors with PhDs in philosophy, the Groarke triplets share much more than their identical DNA.

BY SUZANNE BOWNESS | April 08 2015

Give up a regular paycheck and leave home for grad school? Why bother, when more graduate programs are available by distance, especially for working professionals.

BY JENNIFER POLK | April 07 2015

Career coaches seem to be rising in popularity these days. Once hired primarily by mid- and late-career professionals in the corporate world, coaches and career consultants these days are sometimes specializing in working with graduate students and academics. Their services were news to me when I was in the early stages of my post-PhD transition. […]

BY CATHERINE GIDNEY | April 06 2015

Babies rarely work to their mother’s timetable or a conference schedule.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 01 2015

Expert chides librarians to identify their core mission and ‘unique value proposition.’

BY NATALIE SAMSON | March 25 2015

If there’s one thing “The campus food revolution,” the cover story from UA’s April issue, makes clear, it’s that food is an important part of a campus’s culture. At many universities across Canada, food has become an extension of the institution’s values and priorities — and we’re seeing it not just in food services, but […]

BY CHRISTOPHER BUDDLE | March 11 2015

How to encourage active learning with your students.

BY PAUL YACHNIN | March 11 2015

“It is important for the humanities to take back the word ‘skills’ so that it can incite PhD programs to turn outward toward the world. That is why I want to make a case for the particular value of public skills.”

BY DIANE PETERS | March 11 2015

When students and administrators join resources to improve the food on campus, cafeteria is no longer a dirty word.

BY CHANTAL BRAGANZA | March 04 2015

McGill professor carves out an unusual research area with her work on hacker culture.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | February 25 2015

The new Prince Edward Island premier – and past president of UPEI – talks about leaving a legacy.

BY BENJAMIN MILLER | February 18 2015

Is your university making full use of its campus radio?

BY DAVID HAYES | February 11 2015

The best of them have real historical value – but writing one is a whole other matter.

BY PETER MACKINNON | February 11 2015

An excerpt from University Leadership and Public Policy in the Twenty-First Century: A President’s Perspective.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | February 11 2015

From innovative teaching to human rights to breast cancer treatment reform, this Carleton professor is relentless in her pursuit for change.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 03 2015

Mountain climber TA Loeffler says she wants to inspire people to be more active and to have big dreams.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | January 14 2015

But, despite its rising importance, the field suffers from growing pains, say academics.

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