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Academic anxiety

Most people would not welcome a diagnosis of a brain malformation requiring surgery. But for Nicole Wilson, it...

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May, 2018

News / Science Minister Duncan speaks to CAUT Council

Science Minister Kirsty Duncan addressed CAUT’s Council on April 27 to talk about the importance...

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May, 2018

News / Academic staff at Renison University College join CAUT

CAUT Council delegates voted April 26 to accept the membership application of the newly-formed...

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May, 2018

News / John Smol wins Lee Lorch award

Queen’s University biology professor John Smol was honoured at CAUT Council in April as the 2018...

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In this Issue

Aidan Seery, president of the Irish Federation of University Teachers, told CAUT Council on April 27 that...
By James Compton Here’s a headline grabber: “Corporate Canada Now Controls More Than One-Third of All...
On Jan. 12, 2018, after 1,154 days spent languishing in a prison in France, Hassan Diab, a dual...
Jim Clark at the University of Winnipeg writes Although it would seem reasonable that analyses of equity...