As she begins her second term, Mona Nemer weighs in on shaping the pandemic response, the battle against misinformation, and the push for open science.
Flexibility in the delivery of mental health services will be key for this school year, the co-authors of a new report say.
The four-month pilot project will see staff work a 28-hour week instead of the typical 35.
Four options for approaching a delicate quandary.
International student Rani Saggere describes her experience pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of New Brunswick.
The initiative includes a ‘bootcamp’ in art marketing and sales skills.
It’s critical that students be taught how to share research findings with policymakers.
President says some recommendations are already being implemented, as this year’s orientation week approaches.
Partnership was key to University of Toronto’s pre-arrival orientation to working as a teaching assistant.
For a consumer, for instance, making the switch to an electric vehicle is a difficult decision.
Community and mentorship are critical for supporting the success of graduate students with disabilities.
The $2 million Health Canada initiative will help a handful of institutions better support students’ well-being.
‘We learned that we have the strategies and knowledge to solve problems.’
Internationalization asks Canadian higher education to adjust systems and norms to better meet this new body of students arriving in our classrooms.
The journey back from pandemic-enforced online learning will be a steep learning curve for everyone.
Goal setting helps graduate students approach studies mindfully, normalizes challenges around future goals.
The federal government is instead earmarking $1 billion to create an agency inspired by initiatives in Finland and Israel.
We need to minimize the impact the pandemic has had on international learners.
The move signals ‘a new chapter,’ after years of grassroots advocacy, consultation and committee work.
Learning to know oneself and the world.