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The end of student questionnaires?

Many professors dread anonymous student evaluations of teaching (SETs). For too many of them, whether female, on...

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November, 2018

By the numbers / The skyrocketing cost of undergraduate education

— Tuition fees + ancillary fees adjusted for inflation

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November, 2018

President’s message / Some thoughts on academic chains

By James Compton — Academics are trained to be free, and everywhere they are in chains. Or so...

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November, 2018

Commentary / University funding at a crossroads

By Robin Vose — A crisis is brewing on New Brunswick university campuses. Despite occasional...

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Interview

Interview / Sophie Quigley

Sophie Quigley is a professor of computer science at Ryerson University who specializes in human-computer...

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Book review

Book review / Pathways for remembering and recognizing Indigenous thought in education: Philosophies of Iethi’nihsténha Ohwentsia’kékha (Land)

Sandra D. Styres. University of Toronto Press, 2017; 234 pp; ISBN: 978-1-48752-163-9. by Michael Dudley In 1613, the...

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