“All of us are very supportive when it comes to helping our students reach their athletic goals,” says one dean.
Chief scientists for Canada, Quebec and Ontario say the public needs to be more engaged with science and why it’s important.
Using publicly available information, the study has compiled employment data on 88 percent of the university’s PhD graduates from 2000 to 2015.
The University of Regina is giving free suits to job-seeking students.
The lectures, part of a special class about Viola Desmond, were streamed on Facebook Live.
University consortium partners with Beijing to remove barriers for Canadians to study there.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University will accept six students next year based on portfolios instead of grades.
With the shut-down scheduled for March, a group of researchers is lobbying the government to fund foreign facilities, or risk losing local expertise.
Western University to head up the new program for Ontario, the first of eight such programs planned across the country.
Meal Exchange surveyed 2,668 university students for its first campus-food report card.
The recently renovated museum provides “constant flow” of research participants for developmental scientists from the University of Ottawa.
It took four years and the perfect analogy to figure it out.
This latest overhaul of the NRC aims to boost engagement, restore lost morale.
With her move to the University of Calgary in December, the multidisciplinary artist adds “tenure-track professor” to her feats.
Researchers examine the connection between posting selfies on Instagram and Twitter, and public perceptions of competence.
In Quebec, a new law calls for universities to adopt a code of conduct covering faculty-student relationships.
Several universities have committed to supporting oppressed academics, but few have followed through.
First four winners will come to Canada from the U.K., New Zealand and the U.S.
The province has invested nearly $350,000 to draw students to northern British Columbia, a region that is suffering from dwindling student enrolment.
The contents of the painter’s workspace – from a trove of pens to customized furniture the artist built himself – offer clues to his creative process and discussion points for the future of Canadian art.