Brock University sees itself as having a ‘double cohort of first years’ in September, says interim president.
Researcher Vincent Larivière explains the factors leading to gender inequality in research.
Guidelines to be expanded to other granting agencies in the near future.
All four regional conferences in Canadian university sports have announced league and championship schedules for the 2021-22 season.
June 30, 2021 Important updates for incoming, returning international students and faculty International students will be exempt from quarantine, the requirement to stay at a government-authorized accommodation and COVID-19 testing on their eighth day in the country if they meet a list of requirements, the government of Canada announced. It’s part of the government’s easing […]
If participating postsecondary institutions don’t meet their targets by the end of 2029, the number of research chairs they receive will be cut.
StFX students will now receive two degrees when they graduate: one in Latin and one in Mi’kmaw.
‘It’s a relatively rote announcement given these are stable programs,’ says Jim Woodgett.
‘We need to change the culture so that well-documented data, metadata and code are considered to be as valuable as a … published journal article.’
‘Escalating anti-Asian racism is something that’s very real in Canada,’ said UBC’s president.
Brescia University College joins McGill University as the only campuses in Canada to hold the Blue Community designation.
“It’s reconciliation in action,” says executive director of Ongomiizwin.
As universities prepare a return to on-campus activities, many are hoping to keep advantages of remote teaching.
May 31, 2021 Western to make vaccines mandatory for students in residence With a planned full return to in-person classes in September, Western University is stepping up its health and safety measures. Along with its affiliate university colleges, Brescia, Huron and King’s, Western will require students living in residence to have received at least their […]
Many of the programs being pursued that teach more applied skills are ones that universities could provide but choose not to.
Most universities say they will follow local public health guidelines and are strongly encouraging staff and students to get vaccinated.
Low rates of awareness about microcredentials by prospective students and employers remains a challenge.
Some are fine-tuning existing programs while others are planning extensive online and on-campus health promotion campaigns.
Alberta 2030 unveiled on the heels of more than half a billion dollars in actual and planned cuts.
‘Had the program not been offered in … northern Ontario, we would not have become midwives,’ says one Laurentian graduate.