“This is a loss for individual universities, individual families and friends. It’s a loss for the scholarly community. It’s a loss for this country.”
Nearly everything we do now generates reams of data, and universities are helping Canadians to make productive use of it.
Carleton University grad student Tamara Banbury went from studying to being a part of the voluntary cyborg culture.
The classics department has facilitated peer mentorship for undergrads since 2013.
The student-run campaign uses social media to break down the science behind addiction and share personal stories of people affected by it.
A Q&A with University of Toronto public health expert Ross Upshur.
A Q&A with sociologist Amy Hanser, who’s gone undercover on public transit to discover how long is too long to stare at a fellow bus rider.
Gaps in reporting mishaps and inadequate data sharing between institutions leave universities vulnerable, the authors say.
In this program, Indigenous PhD students receive a stipend, teaching experience, faculty mentor and time to complete their dissertation.
The lab was itself subjected to a botched sting operation by undercover agents seeking to discredit its work.
Under pressure from student groups and others, an increasing number of universities are setting objectives to reduce the carbon footprint of their investment portfolios.
A new hydroponic system will allow the university to harvest hundreds of pounds of greens a month out of a refurbished shipping container.
Efforts by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies to standardize Three-Minute Thesis competitions across the country have been met with some resistance from participating universities.
This Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST, universities across the country will honour those who died aboard UIA Flight 752 last week.
Thanks to researcher Shannon Berch, UBC might be the first Canadian university to successfully cultivate the pricey foodie staple.
Dozens of students, professors and researchers from universities across the country have been identified among the 176 victims.
The university estimates that students who opt for the ZTC degree program could save $5,000 over four years by exclusively using open-access course texts and library course reserves.
The 15 teams chosen for the Canadian Space Agency’s CubeSat program have until this fall to get their designs ready for a 2021 launch.
The Intersectoral Student Committee in Quebec findings reveal that postdocs face financial and professional instability, among other challenges.
The provincial budget hits students hard as universities adjust to a leaner financial future.