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BY ANDRIJANA BURAZIN, LAUREN DEDIEU, VESELIN JUNGIĆ & MIROSLAV LOVRIĆ | DEC 05 2022

A survey of primarily teaching math faculty reveals the need for standardization to strengthen and support these integral contributors to undergraduate education.

BY JENN BERGEN, ANA CAROLINA DE BARROS, JAN M GELECH, SHANNON FORRESTER, SIMONNE HORWITZ & VICKI SQUIRES | NOV 30 2022

The choice about whether or not to disclose a mental health condition to colleagues or managers, or to share a personal mental illness story with students, includes a number of complex factors.

BY ROBIN BULLER | NOV 18 2022

Canada’s graduate student stipends are “very low and tough to live off of,” one Canadian PhD candidate at Yale says.

BY GEORGE VELETSIANOS, MICHAEL BARBOUR & STEPHANIE MOORE | NOV 15 2022

Focusing on online learning as the problem means lost opportunities to identify solutions and supports for student well-being, which could then be designed into online, in-person or mixed forms of learning.

BY VANESSA ANDREOTTI, SHARON STEIN & CHIEF NINAWA HUNI KUI | NOV 11 2022

Students need to be supported to develop stamina, resilience, and intellectual and relational rigour to face the complex challenges ahead.

BY LYNN BOSETTI & MARTIN BETTS | NOV 09 2022

Festina lente: the new leadership agenda for higher education.

BY PARISA AZARI & CHRISTINA CLARK-KAZAK | OCT 31 2022

Strategies are needed to overcome structural barriers.

BY SANNI YAYA | OCT 24 2022

Our collective future, as well as that of future generations, depends on adequately funding higher education.

BY KATHLEEN KEVANY | OCT 13 2022

A ‘default veg’ position on campus food is one way that universities can respond to the climate crisis.

BY KSENYA KIEBUZINSKI | OCT 06 2022

They have a responsibility to teach users how to evaluate the credibility and validity of information.

BY MICHAL JAWORSKI | OCT 04 2022

More voices need to be heard in this debate.

BY THOMAS PEACE & CANDACE BRUNETTE-DEBASSIGE | SEP 30 2022

Indigenous histories often go unrecognized in institutional university memories.

BY MARC SPOONER | SEP 14 2022

While academic freedom itself might sound like a unique notion, granting special tools or rights to specific professions is rather commonplace.

BY BLAKE LEE-WHITING & THOMAS BERGERON | SEP 05 2022

Universities need to offer planned socializing for students who entered programs after 2020 and are less likely to know other people in their cohort.

BY ANONYMOUS | AUG 12 2022

We’re passionate about what we do but find ourselves at the mercy of a broken system.

BY ADEKUNBI ADETONA, ASHLEY DAVIDSON, S. ERYN MCFARLANE, LUCKSINI RAVEENDRAN, MATTHEW ROBBINS, KARTHIKA SRISKANTHARAJAH, CAITLIN FOWLER & FARAH QAISER | AUG 10 2022

It’s critical that students be taught how to share research findings with policymakers.

BY SAMANTHA BRENNAN | JUL 29 2022

While you don’t necessarily need all these attributes, they definitely help if you are considering an administration role.

BY NAOKO ELLIS & DEREK GLADWIN | JUL 26 2022

For a consumer, for instance, making the switch to an electric vehicle is a difficult decision.

BY TEJAS PANDYA | JUL 21 2022

Traditional academics deepen knowledge, public academics expand it.

BY KRUPA PATEL | JUL 19 2022

High tuition filters out poor but often academically qualified students from other countries.