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B.C. HIV/AIDS researcher among winners of $100,000 Killam Prize
Julio Montaner is among scientists, writers, doctors and researchers receiving a prestigious prize for brilliant work in fields including health sciences, engineering and humanities.
Opinion: What an all-white roster of astronaut hopefuls says about our schools
Black Canadians aren’t entering the STEM fields — in part because of our education system’s soft bigotry of low expectations.
Prestigious Killam Prize for engineering awarded to female scientist second year in a row
Molly Shoichet works on tissue and polymer engineering at the University of Toronto.
$700 suppers show MUN has an ‘entitlement problem,’ says advanced education minister
Gerry Byrne says Memorial University must cut spending before raising tuition or student fees.
UPEI’s professor gender gap slowly narrowing says acting dean
The University of Prince Edward Island falls below the national averages of male versus female full-time professors according to numbers released by Statistics Canada.
Report on MUHC’s destiny in the hands of Gaétan Barrette
The report is expected to radically alter the destiny of the McGill University Health Centre at the most vulnerable point in its history.