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October 2013

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 11 2013

Many Canadian universities boast new LEED-certified buildings (for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), among other varied sustainability efforts. But, to date, there has been little coordinated analysis of policies and practices around sustainability in education in Canada.

BY KAREN BIRCHARD | September 11 2013

The university has the largest collection of clothing and textiles on a Canadian campus.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | September 11 2013

Many institutions now devote much time and resources to boosting their standing in various league tables.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 11 2013

Researchers have discovered a bioactive compound in the sweet liquid.

BY LARRY MCCLOSKEY + JOHN MEISSNER | September 11 2013

How the best practices in working with students with learning disabilities are paving the way to improve outcomes for students who are emotionally distressed.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 11 2013

Universities are getting more involved in monitoring unpaid internships when these are part of a student’s learning experience.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 11 2013

Once credited with having one of the greatest collections of mid-century modern furnishings, the university makes amends to save what’s left.

BY ROGER GRAVES | September 11 2013

What to do about it.

BY MAUREEN MANCUSO | September 11 2013

“It’s difficult to measure productivity well but that doesn’t mean we can avoid it.”

BY ROCHELLE MAZAR | September 11 2013

Goodbye, class lectures.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 11 2013

Crowdsourcing is winning supporters as a financial incubator for early-stage research, university fundraising and getting ideas to market.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 11 2013

With the relaunch of Carleton’s football team comes the rebirth of the Panda Game.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | September 10 2013
BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | August 21 2013

Editorial team forced to scramble when an article about Aboriginal experiments sparks a media frenzy.

BY MARIE LAMBERT-CHAN | August 07 2013

Even if they’re not implicated, co-authors may see their careers stalled due to another researcher’s misconduct, Quebec study finds.