Free access to all data will provide the best care for patients, says Cochrane Collaboration.
Perhaps it was his deep baritone that helped former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney with his political career.
Contest compels participants to explain their thesis through interpretive dance.
Rabi Sun wants people to know what the University of British Columbia looks like. Not what its buildings look like, or what the statistics say it looks like, but how it looks through the faces of the people who go there. Since he started at UBC as a first-year student in political science in 2009, […]
The experience of poets slash philosophers in academe reveals the growing pains that can accompany shifting disciplinary borders.
Students have been starting up businesses at such a feverish pace that the biggest challenge for universities that house such programs is keeping up with the talent and energy they’ve unleashed.
The status of research-based evidence in the Canadian courts moved up a notch with the resounding Insite decision by the Supreme Court. The implications for social scientists and their work could be profound.
Quality vs. quantity.
Be well prepared and set objectives.
The ﬁrst cohort of U of Calgary’s vet students spend their ﬁnal year in the ﬁeld.
Research study ﬁnds personal concerns like job preparedness are the main motivations for students going abroad to volunteer.
A new program is being offered to retirees to think about the meaning of their lives and to develop a life project.
Program targets first-generation students.
Association wants to explore the ways its member universities contribute to Canada.