How Indigenous researchers and communities are working in partnership with universities and non-Indigenous researchers to shape the future of environmental sciences.
Counsellors say the transition has been like ‘building a plane mid-flight.’
Researcher’s early-career findings were controversial but ultimately gained wider acceptance.
There aren’t enough midwives in Canada to meet the growing demand for their services. But getting more midwives in the workforce will take a lot more than just adding seats to the few midwifery programs that exist.
Universities are turning to the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals as a blueprint for achieving a better and more prosperous world.
As a university president, at the end of the day, you want to feel that you have made a difference and left your institution in a better place than you found it.
How could we provide an intense, cohort-based experiential learning course online? Don’t even try, some said, but we’re glad we did.
The goals of what we’re doing haven’t changed, but the how of what we’re doing certainly has.
The pandemic has accelerated universities’ reliance on these critical online systems.
7 international students on how they’re managing a year of online learning.
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It’s been quite the year. We’ve read and reported, edited and produced, hundreds of stories, many of them related to the COVID-19 pandemic. While we get ready to say goodbye to a memorable 2020, here are the stories that we’ll remember in 2021. The engineering gender gap: it’s more than a numbers game It’s been […]
A group of York University students got together to discuss what aspects of in-person classes they miss most while studying remotely.
New university presidents face unique challenges resulting from the current crisis. Four recently installed presidents look back at the first few months of their terms.
Administrators warn of tough sanctions for those breaking pandemic rules, while prioritizing a gentler sort of persuasion.
Chronic procrastination is on the rise, say experts, and appears to be prevalent among academics. We really should get around to doing something about it.
More dads are taking time to be with their families, but policies and supports still have a long way to go.
Foreign hackers are prying into COVID-19 research from around the world, and Canadian universities are not immune.
Researchers expect big things if and when dependable quantum computing becomes a reality, and they are eager to ensure that the country is well-positioned to play a meaningful part.
On their way to graduation, PhD students become converts to the Church of Knowledge. But this secular church is in need of reformation.