Number of U.S. students applying to Canada for next fall has soared.
Colleges will undoubtedly face more student protests, write Nancy Thomas and Adam Gismondi. How can educators leverage this historic opportunity and encourage constructive, inclusive political learning and participation?
Accessibility is not a zero-sum game.
Citizens and scientists in the United States should learn from Canada’s time under Prime Minister Stephen Harper in order to lead the fight against ideology over science, write Alana Westwood, Kathleen Walsh, and Katie Gibbs for Nature.
Stories can help to bolster the reputation of individual institutions -- and higher ed in general -- by showing that we're listening and addressing public concerns.
University presses must adapt to the rise of digital publishing and the greater reliance on nontenured faculty.
Prime minister fields tough questions during Q&A session with students in Ottawa.
Serving on faculty panels is often seen as a thankless task, but colleges can make it more rewarding by agreeing on goals and spreading the work fairly.
At a conference in Ottawa, academics, policymakers, students and community leaders addressed the role universities can play in reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
A university communications and marketing director tries to cut through the bafflegab.
Class prep gets easier and easier the more you teach a particular course. But is that always a good thing?
Academics enjoy teaching. What they don’t like is the lack of preparation time, bureaucratic burdens, unprepared students – and the TEF. Jack Grove reports.