professional development News Archive
January 31, 2019 —
“Teaching English is about more than speaking it. The program’s practicum is very important, to build on your learning and experience.” - Tatiana Galetcaia
December 18, 2018 —
“An online course can benefit your future. There’s flexibility, so you can work on it around your schedule. With no commute to the classroom, you don’t need to worry about or pay for parking,. Extended Education has a variety of courses, and, at the end of the day, online education is very important for adults. They can’t put their family and other commitments aside. It’s a great option.” - Yasser Shaker
December 14, 2018 —
Indigenous leader Kevin Chief inspires U of M
November 27, 2018 —
The province’s largest post-secondary institution has been selected as one of Manitoba’s Top Employers for the sixth consecutive time in the annual national survey
October 15, 2018 —
“It was a great event, fantastic." - Ana Campos, Director, School of Interdisciplinary Science, McMaster University
August 22, 2018 —
“Every administrator comes from outside, starts from elsewhere. They may be an academic or technician. Their core skills and passion leads them to be an administrator.” - Krista Pearson
July 5, 2018 —
Higher Education Administration has four courses to introduce you to the world of higher education and show you how higher education works.
June 27, 2018 —
Nearly 50 senior academic leaders, administrators and managers from across Canada gathered in Winnipeg at the Fort Garry Hotel from June 10 to 15 for the Senior University Administrators Course (SUAC) 2018. This year, CHERD’s SUAC and University Management Course (UMC) programs were both held in Winnipeg, providing a unique opportunity for joint sessions with expert guest speakers.
June 4, 2018 —
Women who have achieved an early to mid-level of academic leadership and now have their sights on reaching higher are invited to join the discussion, share ideas, and be a part of this evolution in academic leadership.
June 4, 2018 —
People entering administrative and academic roles in Canadian universities, colleges, and polytechnics, and those responsible for their onboarding are invited to explore this new program.