VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Silence can be healing for Rwandan youth born of genocide rape

Laura Eramian, Dalhousie University and Myriam Denov, McGill…
August 8, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Social media can be information poison when we need facts most

Fuyuki Kurasawa, York University, Canada In the minutes and…
July 30, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – It’s not business as usual for vegan businesses

Kendra Coulter, Brock University In contrast to growing apprehension…
July 16, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Oh, Canada! The Canada jay gets its name back in time for the holiday

David Bird, McGill University and Ryan Norris, University of…
June 29, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Children’s health must come first

By Catherine Gidney and Gabriela Tymowski-Gionet Education…
June 27, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Canada’s Paris-pipeline paradox

Markus Hecker, University of Saskatchewan and Jackie Dawson,…
June 11, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Killing sharks, wolves and other top predators won’t solve conflicts

Robert Lennox, Carleton University; Austin Gallagher, University…
June 7, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Canadians deserve a real pipeline compromise

Peter Dietsch, Université de Montréal The Trans Mountain…
June 1, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Birds wearing backpacks trace a path to conservation

Samantha Knight, University of Guelph and Ryan Norris, University…
May 28, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – How the hard work of wild animals benefits us too

Kendra Coulter, Brock University Like other nature lovers…
May 24, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Ego is the Enemy, especially for Academics

by Madhukar Pai To accomplish the world-changing work we set…
April 19, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Hope and mourning in the Anthropocene: Understanding ecological grief

Neville Ellis, University of Western Australia and Ashlee Cunsolo,…
April 6, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Hope rises for a world free of TB

Madhukar Pai, McGill University World TB Day 2018 is turning…
March 29, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Beyond beasts of burden: How to reward our animals for their work

Kendra Coulter, Brock University Animals do a lot for us.…
March 7, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Social media full of vitriolic myths in the aftermath of the Stanley trial

Keith Thor Carlson, University of Saskatchewan Social media…
February 26, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Women’s NGOs are changing the world—and not getting credit for it

Dr. Bipasha Baruah, Western University and Dr. Kate Grantham,…
February 6, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – How artificial intelligence will be used for social control

Mass surveillance and manipulation by powerful AI algorithms…
January 11, 2018/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – The Ongoing Muskrat Falls Debacle: How not to Develop the North

On the 22nd and 23rd of Feburary 2018, the College of New Scholars…
December 19, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Why parents should never spank children

Spanking — usually defined as hitting a child on the buttocks…
December 14, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Conflict and climate change lead to a rise in global hunger

Last year about 11 per cent of the total human population (approximately…
October 10, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Keeping global warming to 1.5 degrees: really hard, but not impossible

The Paris climate agreement has two aims: “holding the increase…
October 3, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – How can immigrant scientists give back to their homelands?

Immigrant scientists play a vital role in the science and engineering…
September 26, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Acid attacks are on the rise and toxic masculinity is the cause

Lucia Annibali, victim of an acid attack in Italy, walks in Rome…
September 6, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – How wildfires could radically change forests — and your life

Wildfires may grow more frequent and intense in North America…
August 11, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Fundamental Research and Applied Research: A continuum or a divide?

Labels are common and convenient in today’s society. For example,…
August 2, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – More border resources for migrants is not a solution

Desperate asylum seekers are crossing the Canadian border, and…
May 2, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – The Cafeteria Conundrum: 8 Ways to Encourage Healthy Eating in Our Schools

Schools are tasked with a difficult and sometimes controversial…
April 7, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – From the Tea Party to the Trump Party and Beyond

In an article published earlier this year in The Atlantic, Molly…
March 27, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Counting the Victims of Islamophobia

In recent weeks, political purveyors of “common sense” would…
March 9, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Engaging the Media in Troubled Times

To invite sociologists to engage with the media at this particular…
February 27, 2017/by Russel MacDonald

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: the intersectionality of the Women’s March on January 21, 2017

Seeing the images of women and men around the world marching…
February 7, 2017/by Russel MacDonald