Student Athlete Mental Health Initiative offers mental health resources for athletes and coaches.
Campus hub for cultural understanding encourages students to shop, chop and eat together.
Graduates themselves are often unsure of where to look for opportunities outside academe.
“Although there are some initial start-up costs … we believe that the costs of maintaining the site would be minimal.”
Author hopes the book inspires dialogue as well as improvements in agriculture and agricultural policy.
Academics Without Borders is no longer without a headquarters. Concordia University announced in October that it will house the non-governmental organization on its downtown Montreal campus. Working extensively with postsecondary institutions in the developing world – 14 different countries since its inception in 2007 – AWB is staffed by a network of international volunteers. With […]
Discovering extraterrestrial life is the goal of the new Institute for Research on Exoplanets, or iREx, at Université de Montréal. The institute will be helped in its quest by a recent $1-million donation from the Trottier Family Foundation, created by Lorne Trottier, a founder of the Montreal-based Matrox Corporation and a space exploration enthusiast. The […]
Rebuilding trust and dialogue key themes at recent conference in Ottawa.
A new student residence under construction on the University of British Columbia campus will be one of the tallest wood buildings in the world. UBC says the 18-storey structure builds on the university’s commitment to sustainability and innovation. The eco-friendly structure will stand 53 metres tall and house more than 400 students after its completion, […]
On the Origin of Species one of several valuable books taken from Mount Saint Vincent University’s library years ago.
Total research spending also lagging that of competitor countries, says latest STIC report.
Some academics call for changes to Statistics Canada’s independence and data-gathering methods.
Two Ryerson profs are documenting the afterlife of the iconic ruin.
An associate editor at the journal, from U of Alberta, explains what pushed the entire editorial board to quit.
University Affairs magazine won five gold awards at the 7th annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA) in Toronto on November 19. The magazine’s website won in the blue division, representing business-to-business, trade and association publications. The COPA awards, produced by Masthead (a digital trade magazine for the Canadian magazine industry), have awarded University Affairs every year since its inception. […]
They and their colleagues are a well-educated bunch: 14 MPs hold PhDs while more than two-thirds have at least a bachelor’s degree.
Deaf graduate shares her research using innovative online tools.
To mark its anniversary, the organization launches a timeline of important events in its history.
Recent gathering held in Toronto is part of the UN International Year of Light.
“Sometimes 10 seconds can be the difference between life and death,” says professor Carlos Ventura.