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Students and campus life | Teaching and learning | University and society
Path to a better future

It's Mad Science time for Mr. Cueto's Grade Six class at Strathcona Elementary School in Winnipeg's inner city, where roughly 70 percent of the students are aboriginal.

February 11, 2008
Students and campus life | Teaching and learning | Technology
Learning long distance

Janice Grove's road to receiving a bachelor of science degree was not an easy one. At the age of 39 - two long decades after graduating from high school - with a full-time job as an educational assistant and two kids at home, Ms.

March 10, 2008
Faculty | Humanities and social sciences | Medicine and health sciences | Programs and curriculum
Anthropology meets medicine

You walk down the hospital hall, passing by doctors in loose scrubs, nurses carrying folders, confused visitors, orderlies pushing elaborate machines that go ping. Clinicians order tests, aides soothe patients.

February 11, 2008
Faculty | Graduate studies and postdocs | Teaching and learning
Researchers for tomorrow

Bright-eyed and bursting with excitement, the PhD student enters my office to announce the first validation of our hypothesis. As we rush off to the lab to observe the result together, our conversation is punctuated by exclamations.

January 7, 2008
Faculty | Research and innovation | Natural sciences and engineering
The buzz on bees

Ask Laurence Packer about why he doesn't study honey bees and he responds in an instant. "All the world's yearly research papers on honey bees would create a pile this tall," he says, placing his hand at waist height - and a particularly high waist, since the pony-tailed York University professor of biology stands six feet four inches tall.

January 7, 2008
Faculty | Graduate studies and postdocs | Managing the university | Research and innovation
Crossing the line

Before last year's conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, one of the submitted papers was discovered to contain plagiarized material. "The fact that there had been plagiarism was not in question by anyone, including both of the authors," says Sunny Marche, associate dean of graduate studies at Dalhousie University and an executive of the scholarly association.

December 3, 2007
Public policy and funding | Students and campus life | University and society
Indebted to higher education

The university career of Ottawa native Sarah MacKinnon has been both a blessing and a curse. The years she spent enrolled in the international development studies program at Trent University brought her some of the best experiences of her life, including an eight-month stay in Ecuador, part of the time living and volunteering in a small village high in the Andes Mountains.

December 3, 2007
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