Registrars group signs the Groningen Declaration on behalf of universities and colleges.
University of Waterloo researchers speculate that simply typing more slowly may improve writing.
A Dalhousie PhD student develops a tattoo removal cream.
Gary Kobinger is leaving the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg for Université Laval.
New application options at University of Regina, University of Alberta go beyond “female” and “male.”
“I have always loved the idea of immersing myself in a dissertation. I envied people who were doing their PhDs. I would think ‘Take me with you!” says Tom Howell, co-creator of a radio project inspired by the work of Canadian PhD students. Introducing their audience to students who have spent years thinking about a […]
Outgoing Ottawa Citizen editor to lead McGill’s Institute for the Study of Canada.
Carleton’s Vicki Boman explains how she helps students who are struggling due to illness or other challenges.
Dr. Kaspi among 15 top Canadian researchers in science and engineering recognized by NSERC.
Campuses across the country offer late-night writing support.
The multiple-step process includes the option of applying to Universities Canada.
Western brings research inside a community crisis centre to improve outcomes for vulnerable children.
Students can rent out rooms by the night.
Frustrated educators and overcrowded health centres share the need for a new remedy.
The university will be able to produce enough sustainable electricity to completely offset its carbon dioxide emissions.
Held at a convent north of Montreal, students spent hours writing in monastic silence.
A Q&A with Christine Tausig Ford, who is retiring after more than three decades working on behalf of Canada’s universities.
Welcoming long-term care facilities onto campuses lets universities take a ‘living research environment’ approach to aging research.
A Q&A with president Mario Pinto on the funding agency’s new strategic plan.
“Professors have a real mind for social justice,” says Alex Tigchelaar.