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By DAVID HAYES | February 10 2015

U of Calgary lab is the only one permitted by Health Canada to infect people with a cold virus, but they have difficulty finding volunteers for their studies.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 09 2015

Pilot study gives “a good approximation” of how many people are consuming the drugs.

By NATALIE SAMSON | February 04 2015

Process has been used in Canada’s criminal justice system for decades and, informally, with students at Canadian universities.

By NATALIE SAMSON | February 04 2015

New CCA report says libraries, archives, galleries and museums must embrace digitization to remain relevant.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 03 2015

Mountain climber TA Loeffler says she wants to inspire people to be more active and to have big dreams.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | January 21 2015

In an interview, study architect Ross Finnie tells anxious parents, just relax.

By NATALIE SAMSON | January 19 2015

Sex-ed program FOXY, founded by U of T grad student Candice Lys, wins Arctic Inspiration Prize.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | January 14 2015

The ability to measure results from digital campaigns is pushing universities in a new direction.

By NATALIE SAMSON | January 14 2015

But, despite its rising importance, the field suffers from growing pains, say academics.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 14 2015

The portrayal of clergy in fiction is the theme of a new book by Sue Sorensen, an associate professor of English at Canadian Mennonite University. The Collar: Reading Christian Ministry in Fiction, Television, and Film is described by publisher Cascade Books as “a wide-ranging study of the many ways – heroic or comic, shrewd or […]

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 14 2015

The experience has improved their lives and opened up their world, says U of Lethbridge professor.

By HILARY BEAUMONT | January 12 2015

A panel of faculty from five universities discussed how sexual violence should be addressed on campus.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 07 2015

As featured in National Geographic.

By JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | January 07 2015

Smaller publishers are the most active exporters, study finds.

By VIVIEN FELLEGI | January 07 2015

But at least one university is fighting back with an awareness campaign to ease the pressure.

By CAROL BOEIRA | December 17 2014

Project led by two U of Calgary engineering professors ensures a reliable supply.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | December 16 2014

Those in their mid-40s and younger are squeezed by low incomes, high costs and less time, says UBC’s Paul Kershaw.

By SAMUEL DUNSIGER | December 08 2014

Some students will be able to combine their undergrad studies with a master’s of management.

By PEGGY BERKOWITZ | December 03 2014

We refreshed the design, improved the navigation and, most importantly, designed the site to display well on all devices, from a smartphone to a desktop computer, to keep up with our readers. In addition to a look that more closely mirrors the design of UA magazine, regular readers will notice a few changes. Our navigation […]

By NATALIE SAMSON | December 03 2014

Canada Research Chairs program is responding to research that shows referees write weaker letters of recommendation for female candidates than for male candidates.