Atlantic provinces to develop mental health framework in an effort to help students
The framework will allow the provinces to learn from each other and to create province-specific initiatives.
U of S receives over $2.2M in cyber infrastructure funding
Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are set to receive significant funding from the provincial government to harness the power of super computers.
STEAM not STEM: Why scientists need arts training
Richard Lachman writes, “How else do our universities teach empathy, ethics and citizenship than through our arts and humanities fields?”
Carleton University would ‘be pleased to discuss’ giving Hassan Diab back his job
The academic who returned to Ottawa Monday after spending three years in a French prison could get his job back at Carleton University.
Mount Allision proposal to phase out top librarian makes students, staff want to make noise
Under the proposal, a dean would take over library duties with help from a non-librarian.
Canada’s united NAFTA pitch and student job grants
The At Issue panel looks at whether the federal government should have a say in determining the value of student job grants.