Students rate their universities
Last January, Michael Enright embarked on a quest to examine the state of the modern Canadian university. He spoke to professors and presidents about how teaching should best adapt to the digital age, about how universities pay their bills, and — the big one — about the essential purpose of a university.
Michael concluded his inquiry by inviting four university students to talk about their experiences. We heard from Moira Warburton, who has just graduated with a degree in political science from the University of British Columbia; Trevor Deley, a graduate student in biology at Carleton University in Ottawa; political science and classical studies major Rowan Patrick Miller at the University of New Brunswick, and computer engineering student Megha Sharma, at Ryerson University in Toronto.
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