Presidents and senior administrators from 36 universities convene for AUCC workshop about mental health issues on campus.
In the social-media age, “face time” between students and professors is becoming rare.
Nuclear imaging has revolutionized how we diagnose and treat life-threatening diseases. But the technology requires a reliable supply of isotopes to produce the high-quality images. Canada had it, but nearly lost it, throwing the nuclear imaging ﬁeld into crisis. The federal government wants to ensure that doesn’t happen again.
It may not let you forget all your troubles and cares, as Petula Clark once sang, but going downtown is proving popular for many universities.
Cape Breton University’s integrative science program works to bring indigenous learning and science together.
Federal government must decide how much funding to give Canada’s high-speed computing network.
A professor helps to revive a Cape Breton Island tradition.
Vancouver’s transit service agrees the project has merit.
Hard Rock Medical follows a group of medical students at a fictional school in Northern Ontario.
UBC professor Ernest Mathijs deconstructs what makes a ﬁlm a cult classic.
Annual contest invites architecture students to design ice-and-snow-themed suites.
Competition for the best students and grade inflation prompt changes in the way some universities assess student applicants.