Marie-Hélène Benoit-Otis demystifies the role that music plays in the formation of political discourse.
The current Acfas president reflects on the role of convergence in the development of French-language science.
As the principal and vice-chancellor prepares to step down, she weighs in on lessons from COVID-19, academic freedom, diversity, and the future of higher education in a world upended by technology.
Christian Messier is on a crusade to increase biodiversity in urban and natural forests.
UBC’s Pieter Cullis is gaining wider recognition for the discovery of a ‘delivery system’ used in mRNA technology.
Elizabeth Clare’s work could help transform the way scientists study and monitor animal biodiversity around the world.
Marine biologist Shane Gero studies how sperm whales live. Now he wants to know what they are talking about.
The ‘Flip the Script’ program she developed is having an impact on campuses in Canada and internationally.
“I’m 48, I’m Black and I work in IT. That they chose me says a lot about the values of Université de Montréal.”
The York assistant professor and author of From the Ashes says he has a responsibility to those who suffer from addiction, and to his former self, to tell his story of homelessness and redemption.
That’s the plan, says Gavan Watson of Memorial University, in a Q&A.
The scholar’s latest book is not only the culmination of a career spent examining the ethics of biotechnology, it’s a call to action for the rest of us get in on the conversation.
PhD candidate Genevieve von Petzinger has scoured ancient rock art to create the world’s largest database of early abstract symbols – but what do they mean?
A Q&A with the former federal health minister on her return to academia as dean of health sciences at Queen’s University.
University of Victoria’s chair of transgender studies and founder of the Transgender Archives is on a mission to collect and celebrate works by transgender people for transgender people.
Queen’s University terrorism researcher Amarnath Amarasingam is no stranger to intersectoral strife.
“Throughout grad school, I always thought about how I could leverage my research, writing, analytical, and communication skills if an academic job never panned out.”
You do not have to accept the labour conditions that have become the norm in universities, even if you are passionate about research and teaching.
Canada’s “queen of giraffes” – denied tenure because she was a woman, despite her groundbreaking research – finally gets the recognition she deserves.
A career exploring race, racism and stereotypes earns cinema professor Ali Kazimi a lifetime achievement award
The filmmaker and founder of York University’s Stereoscopic 3D Lab picked up the Governor General’s Lifetime Achievement Award in Visual and Media Arts earlier this year.