The way HEQCO chose to communicate the results of its recent Skills Assessment Pilot Studies is a perfect example of cargo cult policy research. See full text.
The arrival of a new year traditionally inspires new hopes, aspirations and resolutions. With a federal election on the horizon, what can the higher education community wish for in 2019? Read full column.
Underinvestment in R&D has long been a policy concern. Does the problem lie in the design of federal university-industry partnership programs? Emina Veletanlic and Creso discuss results of a recent study in Policy Options. Read full text.
In this month’s column in University Affairs, Creso looks at the events following the Ontario government’s cancellation of funding for the Université de l’Ontario français, and how it galvanized the francophone community. Read the full text.
Monica Munaretto was a panelist at the PhD Career Outcomes: Research Results & Future Directions event organized by the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies and the Career Exploration & Education unit on Thursday, November 29, 2018. The event considered questions including: What is the value of a PhD? Where are PhDs employed? What does this tell us about career development programming for PhDs? What can you as a PhD student, potential PhD student, postdoctoral fellow, or professor do to support flexible career development?