In this month’s column, Creso discusses the challenge of science policy coordination in Canada’s federal system, reflecting on recent debates at the Science Policy Conference in Ottawa earlier this month. Read Full text.
Emma Sabzalieva was a discussant and co-organizer (with Aliya Akatayeva) of the roundtable Global Bolognaization: Central Asian encounters with the European Higher Education Area, at the Central Eurasian Studies Society Annual Conference. The conference took place at the University of Pittsburgh on 25-28 October 2018.
Donna Heslin and Cheryl Mitchell presented at the Global Center of Entrepreneurship Centers conference in Chicago on Oct-18-19, 2018. They discussed findings of the OHCRIF-supported project on the experience and expectations of entrepreneurship students participating in Ontario-funded campus accelerators and incubators. See the full conference schedule.
Creso’s latest column in University Affairs discusses the politics surrounding the appointment of chief science advisers in Canada, and the questions that have not been asked in the debate about these positions. See full text.
In the latest issue of International Higher Education, Creso discusses how the assumption that countries are deliberately competing for international students does not stand up to scrutiny. See full text.