The International Federation of National Teaching Fellows is set to launch this fall.
Mindshare series officially launched in Edmonton with a discussion on the future of energy.
“I’ve never liked being called on,” says one student. “It feels like you’re under a microscope.”
Founding director says the centre is one of the largest hubs of higher ed research in the world.
They warn scholars to “think twice” before sharing their work on the popular social network.
Universities have until May 9 to submit proposals for funding to upgrade research facilities.
Collection reflects history of Chinese restaurants in North America.
When news of a mosquito-borne virus that might be causing birth defects in Latin America started to make headlines earlier this year, Brock University professor Fiona Hunter was more than ready to take a closer look at the problem. Brock recently built a Containment Level 3 laboratory for Dr. Hunter’s research, making hers one of […]
Carleton professor’s study reveals women’s voices make up only 29 percent of those quoted in media.
Goal is to help guide people towards healthy coping strategies, says developer Tina Chan.
Joint program from U of Saskatchewan and U of Regina offers support to vet school students and faculty.
Experts say countering bad press requires “good stories,” champions, experimentation
Organizations praise funding boosts for campus infrastructure, research and financial aid, but more could be done for indigenous students, some say.
Although it’s a relatively new field of research, results are “encouraging.”
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 […]