Linda Cameron reflects on the evolving world of scholarly publishing as she steps down as director of the University of Alberta Press.
Those absent-minded scribbles may actually help you to process information and tap into your creativity.
A prosperous and healthy city benefits urban universities and their surrounding communities.
Schools are also looking to encourage domestic students to benefit from international students’ presence.
An excerpt from a new memoir by University of Prince Edward Island’s first female president.
In the wake of student suicides, universities are reflecting on how to respond, and on their approaches to dealing with mental health.
There’s little evidence that automatic entrance scholarships persuade students to accept an offer of admission. Could the funds be better spent elsewhere?
The U of Ottawa biophysicist, whose daring research has attracted worldwide attention, values creativity above all else.
If you work with more than six people, it’s likely you work with someone who has experienced, will experience, or is currently experiencing fertility issues.
Discover the works of famous architects such as Douglas Cardinal, Ernest Cormier, Ron Thom and Arthur Erickson.
Most of them won’t be celebrating.
To mark Canada’s 150th, fifty fun facts about Canada’s campuses.
UBC’s “Moments that Matter” course mines departmental expertise to transform a second-year history course into a team performance.
Quebec’s chief scientist, Rémi Quirion, talks about the effect of knowledge on society and his role as a “cheerleader” for research.
Lessons learned from the presidential transition committee at the University of Saskatchewan.
It’s now simply a given among student affairs professionals that parents will be involved in their children’s lives at university.
The movement is also aiming to reimagine and democratize learning technologies.
One academic’s journey in search of new perspectives.
A funny thing happened when four writers were tasked with creating poems on demand at a higher-ed conference in Ottawa.
Though more relevant than ever, the field seems to have to continually justify its existence.