‘Adopt a Grand-Student’ is part of the university’s commitment to being an age-friendly university.
EDITOR’S NOTE Falling through the cracks LETTERS A happy ending CAMPUS Telling Indigenous stories through medicines of the land Laurier stops the presses New Centre for Research and Innovation opens at Memorial NOTA BENE StatCan report reveals impending shifts at highest levels of professoriate Universities offer support for student-parents COLUMNS In my opinion: When youth […]
A pulp and paper mill has become a unique hub to ignite innovation.
As academics experiment with the graphic novel form, their research is reaching – and influencing – new audiences.
Kwantlen U library collection features plant-based skin care items.
What place should be given to teamwork in university education? Reflections on a teaching practice that relies on collaboration and solidarity as essential vectors of learning.
Showing gratitude, providing professional growth opportunities as well as community-building are all vital to being a good leader.
Disabled scholars say they often rely on ad hoc agreements to get the accommodations they need to do their jobs. The lack of formal recognition has left many feeling unprotected and unwelcome in the academic workplace.
Universities are increasingly working to respond to their communities’ calls for daycare centres.
Members of the chief science adviser of Canada’s inaugural Youth Council share a vision for science as their term comes to an end.
A decade ago, Canada was at the forefront of open access publishing. Now critics say those policies are due for a drastic rewrite.
The university has printed the final issue of its alumni magazine.