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“Tackling these questions in an open, transparent and scholarly way is one of the things we’re doing to make ourselves more welcoming as a community to people of diverse racial backgrounds,” said King’s president.
“There is a sense of pride, a sense of continued resilience in language learning,” says coordinator at the University of New Brunswick’s Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre.
Making lunch out of research leftovers.
In the interest of cancer prevention, the creators of hitchBOT have paired the smarts of IBM’s Watson with Pepper, the most personable robot you’ll ever meet.
“We’ll talk about anything they want to talk about, as long as we have something educated to say about it.”
The Varsity’s online content in simplified Chinese boasts a growing readership among thousands of Chinese international students on campus.
The Interior University Research Coalition in B.C. launched late in 2017.
Students in a prison law clinical course offered by Queen’s University help federal inmates with legal grievances.
After purchasing Sam the Record Man’s flagship store in 2008, Ryerson University officially returned the music shop’s iconic sign to downtown Toronto in January.
The campus training hubs aim to keep top athletes in Canada.
Soapbox Science trains women working in STEM to engage the public about their research by taking it to the streets.
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.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University will accept six students next year based on portfolios instead of grades.
Meal Exchange surveyed 2,668 university students for its first campus-food report card.
It took four years and the perfect analogy to figure it out.
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.
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.