- “Senator No and the Social Sciences,” Stan Katz, Chronicle of Higher Education (Oct. 12/09): the politics of funding.
- “Whose Metrics?” Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed (Oct. 12/09): accountability in colleges in the U.S.A.
- “Organized Against Labor,” Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed (Oct. 12/09): labour programmes targetted.
- “Seneca College welcomes new president,” Eric Heino, InsideToronto.com (Oct. 9/09):
Admitting he is “clearly not an academic,” [new president David] Agnew said his high-level management experience in the fields of financing, charity, health services and the provincial government have made him qualified to help Seneca adapt to the challenges it is facing.
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- “McMaster Daily News. (Oct. 9/09). See also
- “Higher Ed Faces Reverse Gender Gap: Will Female-Heavy Enrollment Shrink Donor Pool?” Bill Davis, Free Times: Columbia News and Arts, 22.40 (Oct. 7-13/09).
- “CANADA: In defence of university teachers,” Clifford Orwin, University World News 0095 (Oct. 4/09): putting the boots to “the mythical sherry-sipping slacker.”