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The Power of Grad Student Teaching  Thumbnail Image
The Power of Grad Student Teaching
March 09, 2016
Study suggests grad students may outperform faculty members in the classroom and may also benefit from time away from their dissertations.
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UQAM professors hold one-day strike Tuesday
March 09, 2016
Professors at the Université du Québec à Montréal held a one-day strike yesterday to protest lagging negotiations, according to the Montreal Gazette. Negotiations reportedly began in April 2014, and the collective agreement expired three years ago.
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Douglas Todd: Visible minority women are the most educated people in Canada
March 08, 2016
Visible minority women are the most educated people in Canada. They are more likely to have a university degree than white women, or men in general, Statistic Canada finds
University of Windsor DNA water testing gets $500,000 boost  Thumbnail Image
University of Windsor DNA water testing gets $500,000 boost
March 02, 2016
Some University of Windsor scientists hope to make beaches safer by developing a new technique to analyze water with DNA testing.
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Wildeman: Ontario budget did not snub UWindsor
March 01, 2016
Alan Wildeman responds to the Ontario Budget's exclusion of Windsor in the government's SuperCorridor of innovation stretching from London to Ottawa.
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Windsor faces further isolation with innovation snub, critics say
February 29, 2016
The president of Brave Control Solutions boasts his company is all about innovation, with some of the technology it’s introducing into the marketplace possibly revolutionary.
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Budget overlooks Windsor
February 26, 2016
Budget overlooks Windsor. City left out of new $100-million Innovation SuperCorridor plan. Alan Wildeman, president of the University of Windsor, said he's not concerned about Windsor being left out. "The province is very aware that there are great things going on in every corner of the province," he said.
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Should Professors Be Fired for Damaging a College's Reputation
February 26, 2016
Should Professors be fired for damaging a College's reputation? Dismissing faculty members who are perceived as harmful to a university's public image is a growing trend-and many educatiors and activists are wary.
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Ontario to offer grants to cover college tuition for low-income students
February 26, 2016
Changes in student aid unveiled in the Ontario budget are the most radical shift in decades in how the province delivers loans and grants to college and university students, and show the government wants to get more low-income people into post secondary education.
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Awards celebrate value of humanities
February 25, 2016
Sixteen undergraduate students were honoured by the Humanities Research Group for their work in the field of humanities at the University of Windsor, Wednesday, February 24, 2016.
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Universities push for increased funding ahead of federal budget
February 16, 2016
Canadian universities have been lobbying hard in advance of the federal budget, hoping their efforts will pay off with increases to untargeted research funding, more experiential learning opportunities for students and a dedicated slice of the government’s infrastructure spending.
University of Manitoba creates 'diversity categories' for education students  Thumbnail Image
University of Manitoba creates 'diversity categories' for education students
February 16, 2016
The University of Manitoba senate approved a policy that reserves 45 per cent of space in the bachelor of education program for students who self-identify as belonging to one or more "diversity categories" outlined by the university.
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