In this excerpt from his new book, Anthony Stewart explains why professors from visible minorities can’t help but experience a different, and often less inclusive, world of academe.
Canada’s universities should build on what they’ve already created.
Secrecy, exclusion and collusion on academic committees.
Reputable agents can be your best representative for attracting international students, say recruiters, but beware the shysters.
Outcry over a Pfizer executive appointed to CIHR’s governing body hasn’t echoed with the other granting councils.
Most likely goal is to recruit party volunteers, observers say.
Researchers record the tales and observations of people from the North for a feature-length ﬁlm on climate change, arctic survival and adaptation.
Locally known as the Neuro, this institution was founded by Wilder Penfield.
Student Milun Tesovic co-founded metrolyrics.com and made Billboard Magazine’s 2009 Top 30 under 30 list – all by the age of 25.
Researchers are learning more about mechanisms within the brain that account for the placebo effect. They hope to harness its power in the service of modern medicine.
Scholars discover the thrill of bringing research to the courtroom, and the satisfaction in teaching judges how to use it.
A rose by any other name…