Arctic researcher Dany Dumont has mobilized the varsity canoe team in the name of science.
Stan Kutcher aims to improve mental health triage on campus with Pathway through Mental Health Care for Postsecondary Settings Project.
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University students are increasingly seeking stints volunteering in developing countries. Now, there’s a move to make these trips more ethical and meaningful to both students and their hosts.
“Each map features in its centerfold a visual timeline that suggests strategies for staying on track.”
With a limited alumni pool and resources, small- and medium-sized universities leverage personal connections to find donors.
“I immediately fell in love with how visceral it is and how hard it is, and how it’s really like learning a language.”
“Encountering different voices singing different tunes has the potential to create new and powerful combinations.”
Looking at ways to stop Canadians from becoming radicalized.
This is happening just in time for the university’s 50th anniversary in 2017.
“We see an opportunity to breathe new life and richer content into the growing number of incubators across campuses.”
Several Canadian universities have had their IT systems taken hostage over the past year.
An expat explains how a temporary leave to study in the U.K. turned into a life abroad – and what the government could do to bring him back.