Why the Manitoba institution waded into a book ban debate at its local school district.
The conference returns to its first in-person meeting in four years under the theme of “Reckonings and Re-imaginings.”
In the midst of difficult times, find comfort and courage in the immeasurable contributions of women and the communities that help lift them up.
Developed by the University of Ottawa and Clinique juridique de Saint-Michel, it has already been taught at four universities.
The brainchild of one scholar, the webinar series, The Good and the Bad of Black Grad, has provided a platform for Black academic voices across the country.
Wayfinding with paradox in troubled times.
The neuroscientist is gearing up to cover topics from open, team-based science to putting EDI to work in the field.
We need to re-examine the social structures that are responsible for maintaining systematic exclusion.
The process has forced Canada’s premier medical journal to reckon with its role in perpetuating anti-Black racism in health care, according to editor-in-chief.
Student leaders from more than 20 postsecondary institutions release calls to action on campus sexual assault
The action plan lists several promising practices in place at universities, but urges institutions and governments to do more.
Quebec initiative is helping fund Indigenous women’s research while contributing to Joyce’s Principle
The second recipient of the Joyce Echaquan Scholarship is hoping to develop a new care model.
Women in PhD programs reported more distress and disruptions than male counterparts early in the pandemic
A recently published study of doctoral students finds women and men had vastly different relationships to their work during the first wave of the pandemic, and recommends a more tailored approach to support.
The first cohort of 10 to 15 students will begin taking a mix of traditional and specialized courses next fall.
The organization has faced criticism in recent years over incidents that put race and inclusion in the spotlight.
The gender pay gap for faculty in Canadian universities is significant and persistent.
As the number of job ads aimed at under-represented groups grows, it’s garnering attention and generating controversy both in Canada and south of the border.
The cultural dimension is particularly important as Canadian universities enroll more and more international students.
Researchers in Quebec and Alberta are undertaking a range of initiatives to help marginalized communities over the next 3 years.
The BRN aims to make Black scholars feel supported as well as provide them with a community of peers who can help them navigate their research journey.
Even before the pandemic, women professors had to deal with a different set of expectations.