The U.S. House of Representatives has recently passed legislation that potentially increases the tax burden for university students, faculty, and staff, while depleting resources for financial aid, research and teaching.
Full-time undergraduate enrolment up a more modest two percent this fall compared to 2016.
When you’re searching for a supervisor you have to do your homework.
How a “fantastic failure” inspired me to change the way we do grad student professional development at Brock.
The report’s authors call for at least one-quarter of students within the next decade to have an international learning experience.
Are Canadian students up to the task?
The campus chaplaincy is being recontextualized as a space for non-denominational spirituality and mental health care support – but there’s still a place for faith.
University leaders concerned about the employability of graduates should sustain academic and curricular diversity, including the liberal arts.
The second annual International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating is an attempt by universities around the world to raise awareness about students who hire others to do their work.
In this new series, we explore the ins and outs of graduate studies.
Why don’t more students protest against this most universally distressing ritual of university life?
A partnership between the Mastercard Foundation, Rideau Hall Foundation, Vancouver Island University and Yukon College has ambitious aims.
When students don’t participate, neither they nor their peers can learn as much.
Schools are also looking to encourage domestic students to benefit from international students’ presence.
We do them no favours if we help them stay in university when they are not functioning as students because of a mental health crisis.
Don’t forget the faculty.
It may well be the single most important predictor of well-being in academia.
A study of tenure and tenure-track faculty in history and English departments.
Accessibility offices are encouraging students with autism to turn to their peers for support through university life.
Five years after the Printemps érable, one of the biggest protest movements ever to hit Quebec, the province’s universities remain underfunded and beset by a series of unresolved issues.