How growing recognition of the diverse needs of students on the autism spectrum is fueling a culture change on campus.
Despite significant progress at participating institutions, funding for program was not renewed in 2023.
A recent report on research culture shows that evaluation is key, but stops short of practical solutions to core problems.
To protect strategic investments in EDI, universities must embed EDI throughout the organization.
Navigating academia with invisible disabilities.
Why Canadian universities need to think more holistically to effectively integrate more robust forms of equity.
Working in student affairs offers unique and creative opportunities to connect with and support underrepresented and marginalized students.
We should be embedding health equity into all aspects of campus culture.
Academia needs to commit to providing equitable opportunities for women and those who identify as women with intersectional identities.
The main problem is the government’s failure to subsidize international students.
“I think it’s really important to have safe providers who can offer this care. So I’m doing my best to fill that gap,” says clinic physician Sara Thomas.
Are equity, diversity and inclusion criteria and sustainable development goals compatible with academia’s obsession with excellence?
The Western Research Scholars Academy, which pairs CRCs with experienced mentors from across the globe, emphasizes personal connection as a key part of professional development.
The display became a symbol of resilience for the LGBTQ2+ community on campus and a teachable moment.
Four steps graduate students, postdocs and their allies can take to advance equality.
The evolutionary ecologist made a name for herself with a headline-grabbing discovery early in her career. Now the University of Toronto Scarborough professor is using her platform to support the next generation of Black scientists.
Why the Manitoba institution waded into a book ban debate at its local school district.
The conference returns to its first in-person meeting in four years under the theme of “Reckonings and Re-imaginings.”
In the midst of difficult times, find comfort and courage in the immeasurable contributions of women and the communities that help lift them up.
Developed by the University of Ottawa and Clinique juridique de Saint-Michel, it has already been taught at four universities.