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Stories we’re thinking about at year’s end.
The ‘Flip the Script’ program she developed is having an impact on campuses in Canada and internationally.
A personal take on the added value a francophone university outside Quebec brings to its community.
University leaders need to recognize that each of us is at a different stage in our journey toward equity, justice and self-determination, and that racism within the academy cannot be swept away with one brush.
An expert on leadership in higher education explores the reasons women are less likely to be appointed president, and why so many have unfinished mandates.
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine is inspiring other universities to prioritize social accountability, advocate for health-policy change, and serve communities in need.
When it comes to universities offering French-language programs outside Quebec, Laurentian’s problems are just the tip of the iceberg.
“I’m 48, I’m Black and I work in IT. That they chose me says a lot about the values of Université de Montréal.”
One year after a mass reckoning, we examine what universities are doing to address anti-Black racism in their own institutions.
A look at some of the beautiful central gathering places at Canadian universities.
While some Indigenous scholars say there’s been significant progress, others see mostly rhetoric.
Michiko Maruyama is changing the field of medicine by creating art and designing toys.
Universities across the country are reassessing historical figures and renaming the buildings that commemorated them.
A look back at the WWII nuclear lab at the Université de Montréal.
Enrollment in philosophy programs and courses are on the rise recently. The discipline is being seen by young people as a tool to understand their world and help change it.
Moving to online delivery of programs and services forced universities to be creative. Here are some of the initiatives they’ll keep as we return to campus in person this fall.
Not only is it a myth that Canada has an abundance of readily accessible water, say researchers, but we’re poorly managing what we do have.
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.’