UOttawa launches scholarship fund to honour students killed in Iran plane crash
The University of Ottawa has launched a new scholarship fund to honour the memory of three students killed in the Ukraine International Airlines crash in Iran.
MUN mulling over implications of prolonged closure now extended to Wednesday
Memorial University’s administration is engaging staff and students as it tries to figure out whether an extended closure will necessitate any changes to the current semester’s schedule.
U of L faculty association not happy with new post-secondary funding model
A number of staff at the University of Lethbridge aren’t happy with the province’s decision to tie funding with performance targets.
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Probe finds women faculty discriminated against at Western University’s Ivey Business School
An outside investigation found women who teach at London’s prestigious Ivey Business School face“systemic discrimination” when applying for promotion or tenure, documents obtained by The London Free Press say.