The event, where graduate students explained their research in the form of a baked good, appears to be the first of its kind in Canada.
The association representing postdocs unveiled four key policy recommendations at a conference in Ottawa.
Experiment between a professor and a university press examines the question: can a podcast be academic research?
New Brunswick’s St. Stephen’s University bills itself as the smallest in Canada.
Helping one another was a central theme of fourth national forum held at the University of Victoria.
In anticipation of support for trainees in the upcoming federal budget, researchers and administrators shared their perspectives at CSPC.
A new report looks at how accessibility and accommodations are meeting the needs of disabled students across Canada.
Student journalists in Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa combined their efforts to report on new cannabis policies on Canadian university campuses.
The Next Gen conference brought together industry and postsecondary institutions to discuss the future of storytelling in Canadian media.
A professor’s donation goes towards an open-air classroom meant to encourage dialogue without distraction.
New conference centre, residence and business park in St. John’s focuses on tech and social innovation.
The researcher’s curiosity about comics culture all started in childhood.
In this course, undergraduates work hands-on with local businesses to learn how to measure and offset carbon emissions.
Eight writers from around the globe are vying for the richest prize awarded to history books in English.
Fourteen students were admitted to the medical school through the Black Student Application Program this year.
Researchers at Brescia and Western found public education through branding is increasing sales of healthier food in dining halls.
With the Adopt-A-Soldier project, Wendy Robicheau is giving life to the names on Acadia’s war memorials.
Canada’s newest Nobel laureate discusses the challenges of explaining her work, dealing with the sudden attention, and what to say to the Queen of Sweden.
Pseudo-science “erodes our critical thinking, and that might be the most serious damage in the long run,” says one professor.
But medical students say the problem is still likely to get worse if the ratio of residency spots to applicants doesn’t increase.