Students design unique mobile maple syrup production unit.
The pandemic became a rare chance for academic creatives to witness the power of imagination and why it matters.
In the Students as Partners approach, instructors collaborate with students to develop a university course.
Skyrocketing student financial need has called for universities to go beyond the food bank model.
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.
This unique mode of transportation will have capacity for about 3,000 passengers per hour in each direction.
Universities and colleges are providing temporary housing and emergency funds while pushing governments for increased support.
This is the final instalment in our two-part series where experienced teaching assistants offer guidance to both first-timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
Experienced teaching assistants offer guidance for first timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
A written agreement is a good way to clarify expectations and build trust.
Rooms are available to any local postsecondary student who has “a commitment to sober living.”
The initiative, spearheaded by non-profit GenWell, aims to offer easy-to-use information for building stronger social bonds.
Global health experts release new medical training framework to improve care for refugees and migrants
The new framework advises medical school instructors to develop a global health curriculum that emphasizes cross-cultural competencies and a patient-centred approach.
Strategies and resources for grad students and postdocs to increase the relevance of word-of-mouth referrals and internet-based research.
Universities need to offer planned socializing for students who entered programs after 2020 and are less likely to know other people in their cohort.
Researcher Fenton Litwiller is developing youth recreation programming to support queer kids in acquiring skills that affirm their complex gender identities.
The collaboration between the university and the Government of Nunavut highlights the importance of culturally safe care.
The first cohort of 10 to 15 students will begin taking a mix of traditional and specialized courses next fall.
Winners from a photo contest at Queen’s University use creativity to showcase their work.
Community and mentorship are critical for supporting the success of graduate students with disabilities.