Preparing the East Coast remains for display was a long and messy job, but the skeleton is now turning heads at UBC.
A bill that would govern foreign education providers was the hot topic at a recent AUCC workshop on India held in Ottawa.
Astute grads get stamp of approval.
Superhuman efforts won’t be needed for success.
The grinning jack-o’-lantern painted on its dome – they say students did it – masks a long and rich history for the building officially called the Louis B. Stewart Observatory, but better known as the University of Toronto’s Students’ Union building.
Three guys, three PhDs in science (one pending), write three blogs on science policy. Their blog posts – and personal lives – provide interesting insights into the state of science training in Canada today.
Your technology may look clean, but it’s using up lots of power – and that means greenhouse gas emissions.
A community-wide initiative to keep kids in school, spearheaded by sociologist Michel Perron, is winning converts far from Quebec’s Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region.
Universities are looking at ways to make information technology on campus more energy efficient and eco-friendly.
Please lend your expertise to the developing world.
After several stages of evolution, the very definition of a university could be changing.
How to submit an article to a peer-reviewed journal.
On that point there’s no argument, but educators don’t agree about how much it matters.