EDITOR’S NOTE Innovative and passionate: A student-centred teache PEOPLE ON THE MOVE U of C’s school of creative and performing arts gets a new permanent director, and other appointments. CAMPUS Interactive research lab is much more than a concert hall Prof brings the mountain to her classroom Drug testing municipal waters Student turns her PhD […]
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The best of them have real historical value – but writing one is a whole other matter.
LIVELab designed to investigate the experience of music, dance and human interaction.
An excerpt from University Leadership and Public Policy in the Twenty-First Century: A President’s Perspective.
From innovative teaching to human rights to breast cancer treatment reform, this Carleton professor is relentless in her pursuit for change.
U of Calgary lab is the only one permitted by Health Canada to infect people with a cold virus, but they have difficulty finding volunteers for their studies.
Pilot study gives “a good approximation” of how many people are consuming the drugs.
Students deserve to have reliable information when making choices about what to study.
Ted Hewitt has been named the next president of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The announcement came from the federal government on Feb. 12. Dr. Hewitt has served as SSHRC’s executive vice-president since 2012. He joined the agency from Western University, where he was vice-president of research and international relations from […]
Process has been used in Canada’s criminal justice system for decades and, informally, with students at Canadian universities.
Mountain climber TA Loeffler says she wants to inspire people to be more active and to have big dreams.
Sex-ed program FOXY, founded by U of T grad student Candice Lys, wins Arctic Inspiration Prize.