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By MOIRA FARR | March 29 2016

The authors of a new book challenge what they call the “frantic pace” of contemporary university life.

By NATALIE SAMSON | March 09 2016

Ingenuity’s the key when you’re one of Canada’s smaller university presses.

By SUZANNE BOWNESS | March 08 2016

It’s an alternative career track that they say fits them well.

By ISABELLA LOSINGER | March 02 2016

An excerpt from Solitudes of the Workplace: Women in Universities.

By KAREN BIRCHARD AND JENNIFER LEWINGTON | February 10 2016

More Canadians are using medical marijuana for a wider array of health ailments, but the research hasn’t kept pace.

By DIANE PETERS | February 09 2016

MFA programs in creative writing are nurturing Canada’s next generation of authors.

By TODD PETTIGREW | February 08 2016

If you want to know what a given university is all about, you might check the calendar, and there you will likely find some version of what is called, without irony, a mission statement. It will probably be filled with whatever buzzwords were current at the time of its composition, words like synergy, partners, innovate […]

By ASHLEIGH VANHOUTEN | February 03 2016

A few of the best mobile apps found on campuses across Canada.

By TIM JOHNSON | January 13 2016

Why researchers in various disciplines are using the principles of design to solve problems big and small.

By JENNY GREEN | January 13 2016

University of Saskatchewan is the latest institution to boast a building designed by the world-renowned architect.

By MOIRA MACDONALD | January 13 2016

Often misunderstood, federated and affiliated colleges offer distinct missions and a small-campus feel, plus the benefits of their larger partner universities.

By ANITA LAHEY | December 09 2015

The transition from the military to the civilian world can be a tricky one.

By SUZANNE BOWNESS | December 09 2015

A number of programs are exploring options for applied scholarship within the PhD.

By UA/AU | December 09 2015

Professors’ picks of underrated titles that students should be reading.

By DAVID HAYES | November 03 2015

A little well-timed support can smooth the transition for first-time university students.

By ALEX GILLIS | November 03 2015

A new academic discipline challenges our ideas of what it means to be “sane.”

By JOHN LORINC | November 03 2015

Rather than building new, refurbishing old structures saves money and preserves heritage.

By MOIRA FARR | October 07 2015

A university’s coat of arms symbolizes core values and treasured links to the past.

By DIANE PETERS | October 07 2015

It’s not always pretty, but idealistic students continue to affect change, be it social, economic or environmental.

By TIM JOHNSON | October 07 2015

Genocide, racism, intolerance – presenting tricky subjects in class doesn’t have to be an ordeal.

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