The federal government’s pre-election budget contains several key items for students and universities.
J-Schools Canada, a network for journalism educators and program administrators, will have its first meeting at the Canadian Communication Association conference at Congress in June.
New tool seeks to draw attention to the imbalance in sources used by major news outlets.
Students, researchers and charitable organizations are mobilizing to find solutions to improve food security.
The guidelines require students to have a letter signed by their instructor indicating what kind of editing help is permitted.
After years of collecting anecdotal data, UNB professor Eric Weissman is leading a study to bring the issue of student homelessness out of the shadows.
According to Deborah Saucier, symbolic and structural changes have led to improved enrolment rates and staff retention.
University libraries are integrating the massive online encyclopedia into their operations to share their unique resources, improve teaching and learning, and raise their profile.
More than 114 institutions participated in the U.S.-based #ColorOurCollections campaign from February 4 to 8.
Consultations will continue in February and March with underrepresented groups and academic institutions on the draft charter aimed at promoting equity, diversity and inclusion.
The Concordia research facility is the first of its kind in Canada, and one of about 15 labs in the world to specialize in the automated assembly of DNA parts.
Ancillary fees fund many campus activities, including student clubs, student media, food banks, and equity and peer support services.
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières has recruited top Australian forensics expert to study the open-air decomposition of human remains.
Rob Bowman conducted extensive research while writing the 20,000-word liner notes for a Grammy-nominated album from transgender R&B pioneer Jackie Shane.
Social media is an emerging area of interest for university leaders, says a researcher who studied the topic in a Canadian context.
A study of six research-intensive universities finds that government regulation and accountability measures have been increasing across five provinces.
The once-ubiquitous MBA degree is being replaced by shorter, more targeted master’s programs.
The Canadian Research Knowledge Network made its Canadiana collections open to the public on January 1.
The updated policy broadly supports the inclusion of trans athletes in university sport, but critics still have some concerns.
Final applications are due February 7, just weeks after inaugural competition was launched.