Creso Sá and University Affairs heads new Policy & Practice Blog

February 27, 2018   |   News

CIHE Director and Professor Creso Sá heads University Affairs new Policy & Practice Blog. In his new column, he shares his insights on the realistic deliverables of sueperclusters. He looks at what the recent superclusters announcement really means for universities and academic research. Read article here

Stephanie Waterman, 2018 Senior Scholar Award from the American College Personnel Association.

February 27, 2018   |   News

Professor Stephanie Waterman wins the 2018 Senior Scholar Award from the American College Personnel Association, for the integration of scholarship in the practice of student affairs. This award recognizes dedicated scholars who are engaged in scholarship relevant to student affairs work in higher education. Professor Waterman’s research focuses on Native American/Indigenous college student experiences, and most recently on how…Read More

Edmund Adam, OISE PhD student published in University Affairs: “Wise words: Think for yourself, reject conformism”

November 16, 2017   |   News

Our PhD student Edmund Adam argues the “critical pursuit of truth is not a leftist matter, nor a rightist matter. It is a democracy matter.” He provides insights on a potential missed opportunity for reinvigorated intellectual exchanges on free speech. To that, he urges for university students to cultivate a level of independent thinking and for…Read More

Carol Mullen, Fulbright Scholar, publishes new article on Chinese education with IJCE

September 29, 2017   |   News

Dr. Carol Mullen publishes new article that offer a lens for understanding intriguing developments of schooling in Chinese education surrounding the concept of creativity. Citation: Mullen, C. A. (2017). Creativity in Chinese schools: Perspectival frames of paradox and possibility. International Journal of Chinese Education, 6(1), 27-56. (Brill Academic Publishers & Institute of Education at Tsinghua University,…Read More

2017 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship Recipient: Emma Sabzalieva

June 12, 2017   |   News

Emma Sabzalieva, OISE PhD Candidate in Higher Education, is this year’s Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship Recipient, awarding her $50,000 per year for three years during doctoral studies in How does higher education respond to major institutional change? The fall of the Soviet Union and universities in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan Congratulations Emma!

06.07 Op-Ed by Glen Jones: “A net tuition bill should land a bigger catch”

June 12, 2017   |   News

Dean & Professor Glen Jones addresses the importance of placing the focus of increasing participation as a core policy objective for all of Canada. Referring to the results of the Statistics Canada’s report, “Postsecondary Enrolment by Parental Income: Recent National and Provincial Trends”, Jones highlights the disparity between provinces, in postsecondary education pursuance by students…Read More

Creso Sa publishes an op-ed piece, “Litmus test for science funding,” on Times Higher Education.

April 24, 2017   |   News

Creso Sa, OISE professor and director of CIHE, publishes new op-ed piece on Times Higher Education, whereby he sheds light on the political game in which science funding finds itself precariously dangling. With promises by the Liberal party of bringing forth pro-science efforts, there was great anticipation towards investment in science research. However, the delay of…Read More

Creso Sa publishes Op-Ed at the Globe and Mail – “Science, technology and innovation: A new narrative is needed”

March 22, 2017   |   News

Creso Sa, OISE professor and director of CIHE, publishes a provocative op-ed piece that calls into action the need for Canada to change its discourse revolving science, technology, and innovation. Professor Sa addresses the pitfalls of oversimplification of innovation that has been influenced “…to fit a global narrative that has shaped science policy in Canada and internationally.” To…Read More