Find your passion and learn how to apply it to make positive change – these are the tasks for the 21st-century student.
The new Prince Edward Island premier – and past president of UPEI – talks about leaving a legacy.
We need to change the way we speak about the undergrad experience.
Students need to reclaim ownership of their postsecondary education.
But, despite its rising importance, the field suffers from growing pains, say academics.
Transforming graduate education.
Know what to reasonably expect if you decide to pursue a volunteer opportunity.
Melonie recaps the stories that inspired her blog posts from the last year.
Across the country, people with disabilities are redefining the possible by excelling in scholarly pursuits that were once off limits to them.
Universities say recent changes to the temporary foreign worker program make it hard for them to hire the right academics for the post.
A wide range of new programs in design and media broaden their appeal to a job-focused cohort of students.
Concordia PhD graduate, a former homeless person, wins CAGS annual dissertation award.
Central attraction of Concordia-owned building is a chapel-turned-reading room.
The building has been called “courageous, bold and just a little insane.”
Students need social supports.
It may the last big human-rights issue of our age – welcoming people who identify with the sex opposite to the one they were born with.