Prolific academic, author and advocate Silver Donald Cameron will be the first to hold the three-year appointment.
At a panel discussion at Congress, three academics reflect on the challenges facing universities.
The team will race against military crews from seven other nations in a commemorative restaging of the King’s Cup held in 1919.
The top three presentations at this year’s 3-Minute Thesis competition tackled chemotherapy, oil pipelines, and asphalt.
Many journals publish research that is based on the treatment of wild animals that would never be allowed in a laboratory setting.
Or so says David Naylor, if the country wants to fulfill the promise of the fundamental science review.
The new panel appointed by the Council of Canadian Academies will be chaired by former University of Calgary president Elizabeth Cannon.
The new system helps foster an “inclusivity culture” at the institution, says campus designer.
Many companies in Canada are starting scholarship programs with a view to promoting their corporate social responsibility.
A new report reveals that over half of non-teaching staff at Quebec universities are suffering from anxiety and depression.
If it’s played in gym class, it’s played in Recess League, a lunchtime sports program for the nine-to-five crowd.
Opened in 1965, the lab has helped to ensure that iconic structures like the CN Tower and the Confederation Bridge are safe.
The new Dimensions pilot program to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in Canada’s postsecondary institutions to open on June 3.
Many Canadian researchers are coming together in different organizational structures to study issues surrounding AI ethics and governance.
The cohort represents an array of interests, including sports-injury medicine, Indigenous health and wellness, and podcasting.
The renovated planetarium became the new home to startup incubator Centech last fall.
Some of Canada’s biggest research honours were recently bestowed by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Despite the success, the country’s universities look to diversify the source countries to avoid over-reliance on a few key nations.
But, as with all university rankings, the question remains: what does it really mean?
The former UOIT rebrands to clarify its identity and move past an awkward moniker.