If I were to ask members of any university audience, “Do you believe in the importance of academic freedom? Do you believe we should all be vigilant and vigorous in its defence?”, the answers undoubtedly would be yes and yes.
Thoughts on tuition, part 2.
It is a delicate balancing act.
Growing interest in the liberal arts in China reflects a return to traditional learning.
The fortepiano’s crisp sound is brought back to life, delighting an Ottawa audience.
Group will pool resources and share best practices of small universities committed to research.
Probably since the dawn of ocean commerce, seafarers have faced the threat of piracy.
Racial profiling is based on stereotypes and should have no place in policing, says Nicole Myers, a third-year law student at the University of Windsor.
The Alberta government has launched a pilot project called the Serving Communities Internship Program, offering postsecondary students a financial incentive to volunteer with a non-profit organization.
Skills training gives PhD students a boost, whether they ﬁnd work inside or outside academia.
When a university president leaves unexpectedly, the one who’s appointed interim leader assumes a crucial role in preparing the ground for the next president.
A group of female academics, activists and litigators have joined together to literally rewrite Charter equality cases from a feminist perspective.
Universities can take comfort in the findings of one of the most comprehensive assessments of student satisfaction in the country: Canadian undergraduates give their university experience two thumbs up.
Unique program will support students to help them succeed at college or university.