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Simona Chiose

Simona Chiose
Former Reporter
Post-secondary Education

Area of Expertise

Post-secondary access, university governance and finance, internationalization, STEM education and free speech.

Simona Chiose covered post-secondary education for The Globe and Mail, including data projects and investigations. She was previously the paper’s Education Editor, coordinating coverage of all aspects of education, from kindergarten to college and university. She has a PhD in political science, focused on immigration policy, from the University of Toronto.


PhD, University of Toronto

Languages Spoken

French, Spanish, Romanian.

Latest articles
Ontario’s postsecondary institutions watch and wait as Ford government settles in
Jordan Peterson sues Wilfrid Laurier University for defamation
York University’s distance-education program breaks barriers for refugees
Dalhousie president Richard Florizone to head Waterloo quantum-tech lab
Part-time professors at York University will return to work Monday
Suzuki honorary degree controversy highlights Canadian universities’ fight for autonomy amid funding pressures
Many Canadian universities slip in world ranking that measures research output
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Ontario universities, colleges urge provincial parties to invest or risk declines in quality of education
York University beats its own strike record, divides Ontario Liberals, NDP
Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences urged to feature all-women speaker lineup
Equestrians devastated after 16 horses killed in fire at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Stables
Political correctness vs. progress: Michelle Goldberg and Jordan Peterson each make their case ahead of Munk debate
Talks between York University, union fail to end 10-week labour strike
‘We feel like pawns’: York University students grow increasingly angry over strike
Ford vows changes to Ontario’s sex-ed, math curriculums if PCs win election
York University strike continues as instructors’ union rejects labour investigator’s report
Ontario eyes tuition transparency in international student strategy report
Sexual assault policies at universities have students asking: Are these new systems any better than the courts?
Universities must be free to make autonomous decisions, UAlberta president says amid David Suzuki controversy
Campaign against campus appearance by far-right activist Faith Goldy raises over $12,000