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June-July 2014

BY TARA SIEBARTH | June 11 2014
BY PEGGY BERKOWITZ | June 11 2014

The centre’s focus will be research about pre-Confederation treaties from BC and across the country.

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | June 11 2014

Programs based on independent study are cheaper and allow students to progress at their own rate.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | June 11 2014

Math and education professors support the drive for better math skills, but sometimes disagree on how to get there.

BY KAREN BIRCHARD | June 11 2014

Today, many students are gaining international experience through internships, practicums and volunteering, rather than just through credit courses.

BY JANICE ALLEN | June 11 2014

Grad-student parents need better institutional support.

BY MAUREEN MANCUSO | June 11 2014

It’s all about learning.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | June 11 2014

“Food history is exploding right now as an area of academic inquiry.”

BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | June 11 2014

A registrar who helps school leavers qualify for university understands their mindset.

BY DIANE PETERS | June 11 2014

Years of work by medical schools has changed students’ perception of family medicine, and that could make it easier for Canadians to find a family doctor.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | May 21 2014

Library sprouts a new addition, which is accessible to the local community.

BY DONNA KOTSOPOULOS | March 04 2014

This is a legitimate career option.