Innovative science teaching breaks out of lecture mode to give students a mental workout – and the motivation to stay in science programs.
Younger generations are reverting to a pre-industrial multitasking work culture.
The slippery slope of budgeting your research grants.
Professors and students at Université Laval work to prevent the city’s prized shade trees from disappearing.
Marjan Eggermont teaches engineers to get the lead out – the lead pencil, that is.
The concept is gaining traction in Canada but has not yet become “the kind of national movement that we’d hoped”.
New proposed tariff is significantly higher than previous fee regime and will now also cover digital works.
Web portfolios, self-assessment tools and a formal transcript that details a student’s involvement in non-curricular activities are the new buzz in student services.
A new software developed by a Carleton University professor allows drivers to pay for parking using their cellphone.
A veterinary program developed at UPEI gives students an opportunity to help Northern animals.