Over the past month or so we have witnessed a quick response from Canadian funding agencies, universities, and researchers to the COVID-19 pandemic. New funding schemes have been set up by sponsors and universities, research labs have shifted directions to address pressing needs, experts have engaged …. [read full text]
Faced with the emergency brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, political leaders in Canada have largely behaved like adults. All of a sudden, petty partisan bickering has faded to the background… [read full text].
The February edition of the Journal of Studies in International Education features a special issue co-edited by Creso, Emma Sabzalieva, and Magdalena Martinez.
Moving Beyond “North” and “South”: New Global Perspectives on International Research Collaborations includes contributions by an international team of authors based in different regions of the world, who bring a fresh new look at international research collaboration across the globe.