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Mason responds to report

Mike Mason, the former Queen’s adjunct professor accused of making allegedly racist and sexist comments last fall, said he agrees with the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) report condemning the University for their handling of the situation.Continue...

Transparency Required

The University’s handling of Mike Mason’s case has been shrouded in mystery, a typical reaction that the administration has had over the past several years of bad PR incidents.Continue...

Free to friend profs

Given the ubiquity of social media, it’s only a matter of time before students start to friend, follow or otherwise subscribe to their professors.Continue...

Ready to strike

Queen's administration filed a No Board Report on July 25, calling an end to conciliation meetings with QUFA.Continue...

Remembering Kim Renders

On July 17, beloved teacher and theatre trailblazer Kim Renders passed away.Continue...

Higher education but lower salaries for adjunct professors

For Andrew Bretz, the high turnover among adjunct professors is a threat to education.Continue...

Queen’s recognizes Order of Canada recipients

On Dec. 29, four members of the Queen’s community were among the 125 appointed to the Order of Canada by Governor General Julia Payette.Continue...

Define the standard, then say tenured profs aren’t meeting it

The system that grants tenure, while getting the most out of professors seeking to earn tenure, is worth a critical look.Continue...

If diversity isn’t Senate’s job, they can make it their responsibility

It’s time University administration stopped skimming over the difficult issues that affect us all.Continue...

Aboriginal task force campaigns for Indigenous pride

Mid-morning on September 22, Marlene Brant Castellano answered a phone call from The Journal and begun the difficult process of discussing Indigenous affairs in the education sphere, a topic that has often been kept from the public spotlight.Continue...

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