Two very interesting sessions today, but for two very different reasons. The first featured research by Mary Catharine Lennon on learning outcomes. […]READ MORE
It was another interesting day here at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Calgary. Two sessions […]READ MORE
The team at Academic Matters is always thrilled to attend the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, this year in Calgary, […]READ MORE
Austerity and precarity figured largely on the agenda at the Canadian Association of Work and Labour Studies conference this week at the Congress […]READ MORE
A new book on the impact of corporatization on Canada’s universities was launched on June 4 in Ottawa by the Canadian Centre […]READ MORE
The annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences brought academics from across the country together in Ottawa this past week. As […]READ MORE
Every year at the Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education (CSSHE) meeting, you can count on someone – or a lot […]READ MORE
The Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences frequently offers an opportunity for reflection on the current state of an academic discipline […]READ MORE
Yesterday, the Governor General of Canada, David Johnston gave a lecture as part of Congress 2015‘s Big Ideas lecture series. The topic […]READ MORE
There are missing voices in the public conversation around higher education, and it is hurting our ability to articulate alternative visions for […]READ MORE
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