Canada

CSPC 2024: 16th Canadian Science Policy Conference
Event
February 28, 2024

CSPC 2024: 16th Canadian Science Policy Conference

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When University Decolonization in Canada Mends Relationships with Indigenous Nations and Lands
Higher Education Reform
January 9, 2024

When University Decolonization in Canada Mends Relationships with Indigenous Nations and Lands

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Canadian Librarians Suggest Secondary Publishing Rights to Improve Public Access to Research
Opinion
August 2, 2023

Canadian Librarians Suggest Secondary Publishing Rights to Improve Public Access to Research

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Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Canada: A Conversation
Open Access
May 10, 2023

Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Canada: A Conversation

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Big Think Podcast Series Launched by Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences

Big Think Podcast Series Launched by Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences has launched the Big Thinking Podcast, a show series that features leading researchers in the humanities and social sciences in conversation about the most important and interesting issues of our time.

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Report Aims to Solidify Importance of Humanities, Social Science To Canada

Report Aims to Solidify Importance of Humanities, Social Science To Canada

“In times of crisis, the humanities and social sciences inform and guide our response — raising awareness of the issues, analyzing options and helping shape public policy,” according to a new report by Canada’s Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

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Event: Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

Event: Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences

For the first time, the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences – Canada’s largest industry event and one of most comprehensive […]

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AESIS Virtual Conference Looks at Social Science’s Societal Impact

AESIS Virtual Conference Looks at Social Science’s Societal Impact

The Network for Advancing and Evaluating Societal Impact of Science, or AESIS, will hold the next edition of its Impact of Social […]

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ARIS Webinar Looks at Impact in Canada

ARIS Webinar Looks at Impact in Canada

The Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS) community experts around the world will lead continuing discussions on broader impact topics. RSVP for […]

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The Gender Pay Gap Persists at Canadian Universities

The Gender Pay Gap Persists at Canadian Universities

There is still a gender pay gap at nearly all Canadian universities, with especially big gaps at Canada’s 15 research-intensive universities, Megan Frederickson shows. It’s not accounted for by greater talent or solely the ghost of sexism past.

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A Cry From Canada: Freedom of Expression Under Attack at Our Universities

A Cry From Canada: Freedom of Expression Under Attack at Our Universities

The former president of the University of Saskatchewan argues that freedom of expression is under attack in Canada’s universities through an accumulation of episodes that diminish its significance and through a vector of intellectual laziness accompanied by ideology and anger.

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Canadian Policymakers, Please Follow Naylor Recommendations You Asked For

Canadian Policymakers, Please Follow Naylor Recommendations You Asked For

It is time, argues Andrew Craig, for the Canadian government to demonstrate they are moving ahead with all recommendations from the Naylor report — Canada’s Fundamental science review — to return balance and support Canadian science in all its wonderful diversity.

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