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BY JULIE TALBOT & JULIEN ARSENAULT | September 05 2019

Researchers are keen to travel abroad but air transport makes a significant contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions.

BY DARCIA ROACHE | July 24 2019

When leaders show employees they care, trust and empathize with their situations, it motivates employee performance and commitment.

BY THOMAS DURCAN | July 16 2019

I’m giving my lab’s standard methods away over the next year – making them available to anyone who would like to access them.

BY ROBERTA K. TIMOTHY | June 19 2019

Individualizing racial profiling in media misses the point of systemic violence.

BY BRENDA WINGFIELD & BOB MILLAR | April 17 2019

Publication costs can eat into whatever precious grant funding researchers get.

BY TANYA CHICHEKIAN | April 03 2019

Skills of well-being have been forgotten partly due to a combination of educational reforms and societal pressures.

BY JOHN-TYLER BINFET | March 21 2019

The B.A.R.K. program – Building Academic Retention through K9s – creates opportunities for students and community members to spend time with therapy dogs.

BY JOSÉ F. DOMENE | January 08 2019

Partners who accompany international students tend to be well-educated, yet many experience difficulties pursuing their own career goals once in Canada.

BY EVA POMEROY | December 27 2018

Learning in community is linked to better academic performance and gains in skill, competence and knowledge as well as overall satisfaction with university experience.

BY SAUL CARLINER | November 27 2018

What is the purpose of an internship, and how does it differ from basic schooling?

BY ANITA JACK-DAVIES | May 02 2018

Research shows that the concept and practice of “other-mothering” can help Black students navigate the complex and often secretive world of academia.

BY SANTA ONO | April 16 2018

Nearly every Indigenous family in Canada has been affected and the effects on communities are still with us today.

BY MEGAN FREDERICKSON | March 28 2018

Male professors are paid more than female professors even when they get the same grant funding.

BY JEFFREY R. SPENCE, DAVID STANLEY & IAN NEWBY-CLARK | February 23 2018

Over several years, failed attempts to replicate published studies have caused generally accepted bodies of research to be called into question — or rejected outright.

BY MICHAEL J. ARMSTRONG | December 07 2017

It’s exam time. Research suggests that while some students will be pleasantly surprised by how they did on exams, a larger group will falsely believe they did much better on their exams than they did.

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