Quebec backs down on acquired rights of foreign students, temporary workers
The CAQ government has been faced with mounting protests over its attempts to reform a popular international student program that fast tracks citizenship.
‘Alarming’ Chinese meddling at U.K. universities exposed in report
Chinese embassy appears to be coordinating efforts to curb academic freedom, says British foreign affairs parliamentary committee.
More than 11,000 scientists declare global climate emergency in signed letter
An open letter signed by thousands of scientists from around the world may be the clearest demonstration yet of their near-unanimous agreement over the globe’s emerging climate crisis.
5G-powered ‘smart campus’ launched at UBC to boost research into uses for ultra-high-speed wireless
Researchers can now test applications in real time, ahead of Rogers’ national network rollout next year.
Opinion: Postsecondary sector needs to learn efficiency, frugality
Alberta’s higher education system has a problem and we need to take bold action now to create stronger universities and colleges, writes provincial Minister of Advanced Education Demetrios Nicolaides.