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Speaking Out about Mental Health

Speaking Out about Mental Health: Benoit-Antoine Bacon at Carleton University

In pre-pandemic times, Ken Steele sits down on the Carleton University “Friendship Bench” with president and vice-chancellor (and neuropsychologist) Benoit-Antoine Bacon to talk frankly about his own journey to mental health, and his advice for students. Mental health has been a significant... Read more

In pre-pandemic times, Ken Steele sits down on the Carleton University “Friendship Bench” with president and vice-chancellor (and... Read more

HyFlex Learning

“Blended” approaches to teaching and learning (sometimes also called “hybrid”) combine in-class discussion and activities with a substantial proportion of online course delivery. Done well, blended courses can combine the best of online and on-campus pedagogy, improve student learning outcomes,... Read more

“Blended” approaches to teaching and learning (sometimes also called “hybrid”) combine in-class discussion and activities with a substantial... Read more

2016 Headaches II: Pronouns & Poets

Pronouns & Poets

Last episode, Ken’s 10th annual “Year in Review” continued with a look at some of the bigger PR headaches afflicting North American colleges and universities, with a focus on cultural insensitivity and its consequences. (Think Mount St Mary’s, Missouri, Yale, Ithaca, and Harvard.)... Read more

Last episode, Ken’s 10th annual “Year in Review” continued with a look at some of the bigger PR headaches afflicting North American... Read more

2016 Headaches I: Budgets & Bunnies

Budgets & Bunnies

This week, we start our annual look at college and university PR challenges and controversies with politically incorrect remarks, budget crises, workplace bullying, racial tensions and presidential resignations, across North America. 2016 Higher Ed Headaches, part I: Budgets & Bunnies! Bad luck, bad... Read more

This week, we start our annual look at college and university PR challenges and controversies with politically incorrect remarks, budget crises,... Read more

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