Faculty at Ontario’s 24 public colleges are entering their eleventh day of striking. While everyone – students, faculty, and the Employer Council – are hoping to get back to school soon, it looks like we’re in for a long strike. We’ve crunched the numbers for you; here’s the basics of what you need to […]
You might have heard – Ontario universities and colleges are in for a budget shake-up. The plan was announced towards the end of 2016, after the Ontario government accepted the key recommendations in a 2015 report from former Deputy Minister Suzanne Herbert.
The new funding model has three main goals that structure a host of […]
Want fairer course evaluations for female instructors? Write better questions.
It’s the end of the semester, and students’ course evaluations are trickling in. More often than not, students fill out evaluations begrudgingly, only after being urged by their professors, who understand that evaluations can be the deciding factor when it comes to tenure, awards, and […]
Whether you’re a department chair at a small college or a major research university, we know that preparing each semester’s budget is one of the most stressful and thankless parts of your job. There are so many things to consider: building overhead, office supplies and personnel are the biggies, and you know better than […]