Do you eat organic fruit? Drive an eco-friendly car? If so, society likely thinks you’re a good person – unless you’re on welfare. We don’t look kindly on those who use government financial assistance to buy expensive “ethical” items, according to a study published in a recent issue of the Journal of Consumer Research. Purchasing […]
Individualized programs, less coursework and scrapping comprehensive exams some of the options discussed at Future of the Humanities PhD conference in Ottawa.
Kevin Turcotte aims for interpretation instead of imitation in the Baker biopic Born to Be Blue.
Long-term thinking, smart development are key to preparing for the next big natural disaster.
At the Campus Bike Library, anyone with a McMaster University library card can borrow a bicycle at no cost.
Wilfrid Laurier University’s renowned theoretical physicist Dr. Ghose discusses quantum theory – and the need to attract more women into science.
The online service offers students free access to live mental-health support through an app or website.
International graduates of Canadian universities are “the perfect candidates” for citizenship, says immigration minister
Residency introduces a fourth-year student to the writing life.
Move is overdue recognition that the university has become much more diverse, says president.
A pro-exit vote would strip EU students of privileged access to U.K. universities, prompting them to look elsewhere.
Site features content written by academics and edited by on-staff journalists.
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 […]