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By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | April 10 2015

Experts commend the strategy, but await more details on implementation and enforcement.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | April 08 2015

Sales of snacks, laptops, bedding and parking passes replace book sales at many university bookstores.

By NATALIE SAMSON | April 08 2015

Forensic-science facility has seen its fair share of simulated mayhem.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 03 2015

All students offered admission to Western University for the 2015-16 academic year got an interesting item in their information packages: a “boarding pass” redeemable for $1,000 to help them finance an international learning experience. The new Western International Learning Award is available to full-time undergraduates in second year who are planning an international learning experience […]

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 01 2015

History of civilian detention in Canada particularly relevant in light of current events, says organizer.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | April 01 2015

Expert chides librarians to identify their core mission and ‘unique value proposition.’

By NATALIE SAMSON | March 25 2015

Scholars who feared for their lives in their home country have a chance to resume their careers.

By ALEX GILLIS | March 23 2015

Universities with up-to-date policies and education campaigns are on the right track to reduce cheating, but they can do more, researcher says.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | March 18 2015

Both Canadian and Commonwealth students to benefit from Diamond Jubilee scholarship program.

By NATALIE SAMSON | March 16 2015

Consultant Robyn Jacobson discusses how these policies work, how they’ve developed over time and how they can be better.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | March 11 2015

Move reflects the fact that research is increasingly global in scope, scholars say.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | March 10 2015

Laurentian prof is trying to control the West Nile mosquito population.

By NATALIE SAMSON | March 09 2015

Psychology professor Joni Sasaki wins a Templeton Foundation grant to study whether the urge to do good is in our genes.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | March 09 2015

Parchment a tangible connection to the medieval world and a valuable teaching tool, says instructor.

By CHANTAL BRAGANZA | March 04 2015

McGill professor carves out an unusual research area with her work on hacker culture.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 24 2015

The program hopes to help alleviate the barriers librarians might face when conducting independent research.

By GERRY TOOMEY | February 18 2015

Threatens a key biophysical process that regulates stability of the Earth “system”, says international team of researchers.

By NATALIE SAMSON | February 17 2015

The Dalhousie researcher will use part of the award money to fund a new research chair in theoretical chemistry.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 11 2015

LIVELab designed to investigate the experience of music, dance and human interaction.

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.