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Lost in Austen after 200 years

On the 200th anniversary of Austen’s death, there is still no sign of her work fading to the background of the literary world.Continue...

School of Computing posts application for second tenure-track position since 1995

After hiring their first tenure track professor in over 20 years this January, the School of Computing has opened up applications for another tenure track position scheduled to begin July 1.Continue...

You can be unconsciously racist, McMaster expert says

“Denial of racism is also racism,” McMaster Assistant Professor, Ameil Joseph said.Continue...

If new positions have one, tell us what the purpose is

Frustration over the hiring of more university admin instead of departmental faculty is clear, but it’s hard to draw the parallel when the exact purpose of these admin positions is blurry.Continue...

Students, staff and faculty raise thousands of dollars in memory of late professor

In wake of Professor Roger Browse’s death, Zac Baum, ArtSci ’17, decided to set up a Tilt page to collect funds in his memory from students and alumni. The funds will be used to purchase a bench in Browse’s name.Continue...

When gender neutrality becomes gender disparity, reevaluate

Mistaking equality for equity fails in practice to level the playing field for female professors.Continue...

Remembering chemistry professor K.E. (Ken) Russell

When beloved Queen’s Chemistry professor Dr. K.E. (Ken) Russell came to Canada and joined Queen’s in 1954, the university was small — there were only about 2300 students. Over the next few decades, he watched the university grow, and contributed to the school’s development both within the Chemistry department and beyond.Continue...

Prof-student love ban shouldn’t be absolute

Prohibiting professor-student relationships isn’t necessary when it doesn’t infringe on academic interests.Continue...