University Affairs magazine

Our award-winning magazine University Affairs is available at no charge to people who work or study at Universities Canada member institutions. Many new faculty members and graduate students are not aware of this. We would like them to enjoy the benefits of a complimentary subscription to our magazine or newsletters, and we are asking you and all other deans in Canada to help us with that.   

We at University Affairs would very much appreciate it if you could pass a message along to department heads and other people in your network. I have included some sample text below that you can simply cut-and-paste into an e-mail message or post on a website. The message usually has a great trickle-down effect and we look forward to welcoming many new UBC subscribers again this year.  

We thank you for your assistance.  

Léo Charbonneau 

Editor, University Affairs  

P.S. If you do not wish to receive requests like this from University Affairs in the future, please reply to this message with DO NOT CONTACT in the subject line.  

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Subject: Get a complimentary subscription to University Affairs magazine  

Did you know that UBC faculty, staff and graduate students can subscribe to University Affairs magazine at no charge?   

University Affairs (UA) is an award-winning publication that provides breaking news, thoughtful commentary, and in-depth articles about university trends, as well as practical advice and tools to help your career, whether you’re a university administrator, faculty member or graduate student. Covering the higher education scene for 60 years, UA is also the country’s largest source of career advertising aimed at the academic community.  

Sign up today for a free subscription to the print edition (a $30 value) or the digital edition by visiting the University Affairs website. You can also receive UA’s weekly email newsletter or sign up to get the latest UA career postings by email.  

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