As universities take on the work of Indigenization, what role do faculty and faculty associations have in advancing the recommendations of the […]READ MORE
Mature women students face additional barriers when enrolling in STEM programs. Shutterstock Women face many barriers when it comes to post-secondary education, […]READ MORE
Shutterstock Universities were created to be places where people learn and educate together. But a UK survey has found 46% of researchers […]READ MORE
Canada’s Minister of the Status of Women Maryam Monsef is pictured in the Library of Parliament on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa on […]READ MORE
At the University of Waterloo, a controversial talk had the faculty association looking for creative ways to respond. How did the faculty […]READ MORE
The free speech debate is being used to normalize hate and bigotry on our campuses. It’s important to understand the threat that […]READ MORE
The Janus decision has made it more challenging for public sector unions to be effective in the US. Seeing this threat coming, […]READ MORE
The purpose of Bill 47 is to “bring jobs and investment back to our province” and to increase “opportunities” for workers. One needs to look harder for any mention of fairness for workers or the creation of decent jobs, although the government claims to wish to “protect” workers. At the end of the day, however, Bill 47 will do none of the above.READ MORE
All students need to feel included in order to succeed in college. But when a student has a disability, inclusion can be more difficult to achieve. One study shows students with disabilities participate in fewer extracurricular activities, like clubs or on-campus events, than non-disabled peers.READ MORE
Thousands of students received unsettling news this fall regarding the rigour of their high school grades. They learned that at least one university in Ontario — the University of Waterloo — assesses new engineering applicants partially on the basis of which high school they attended and not solely on their grades.READ MORE
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