Few academic supervisors ever advise their social science PhD students to seek employment in the private sector. It is time that changed.
The UNB Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning has created a helpful resource for teachers to share ideas.
It’s like planning 14 weddings, all at once, says Christina Coakley.
A course at UQTR doesn’t get an A from one observer.
A third-year health-sciences student at McMaster University is helping diabetes sufferers in First Nations communities better manage their disease, and he’s doing it through text messaging.
Event held to engage students and to get their mind off mid-terms.
Federation’s goal is to make highly relevant research better known.
With some star NHL players off the ice and in the headlines recently due to serious concussive head injuries, the research of Blaine Hoshizaki is also making news.
Most privately funded scholarships are awarded to students attending a particular university or to children of a company’s employees. But a few pan-Canadian programs have a bigger objective in mind.
Sociologist Anthony Synnott comes not to bury men but to praise them – and to critique misandry and “victim feminists”.
Why, if the world’s ecosystems are under siege, do people seem to be prospering? When a group of Canadian researchers posed the question, they touched a nerve.