Memorial University launching new MBA in social enterprise and entrepreneurship
The 12-month program, starting this fall, aims to train new business leaders in a new way of doing business in public, private and not-for-profit sectors, focusing on three pillars of sustainability.
Outspoken professor stokes free-speech debate at Acadia University
A Halifax-based activist launched a petition demanding his removal from the university, while a counter-petition is calling for him to stay in the classroom as a beacon of freedom of expression.
UBC prof complainants ‘devastated’ he was back on campus this term
Since then, UBC psychology professor Dr. Stephen Porter has agreed to step aside from teaching.
Indigenous architects prepare to bring their work to the world stage
Led by renowned architect Douglas Cardinal, the exhibit called Unceded: Voices of the Land will showcase Indigenous architecture at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.