The SciCards highlight unique and extraordinary animals, plants and even molecules.
Sexual minorities are still experiencing barriers to care, says a professor overhauling curriculum at Dalhousie University.
A personal take on the added value a francophone university outside Quebec brings to its community.
Universities and colleges are hoping to send students from non-traditional backgrounds to work and study abroad.
Alleged assaults at Western prompted policy reviews across Ontario, but it’s unclear what changes will come from them.
While it is necessary to educate students on academic integrity and academic misconduct, these two concepts are often conflated.
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine is inspiring other universities to prioritize social accountability, advocate for health-policy change, and serve communities in need.
An international partnership has been established to better understand plagiarism among graduate students.
When it comes to universities offering French-language programs outside Quebec, Laurentian’s problems are just the tip of the iceberg.
Medical students at Western now have an opportunity to experience interdisciplinary, experiential learning by doing an advanced degree or diploma while completing their MD.
While universities aren’t representative of the problem, one expert says they can play an important role by raising awareness.
A cognitive science professor finds little difference between using “the Netflix model” versus “the Disney+ model.”
We all have a role to play in helping students establish a sense of belonging.
For many schools, preventing possible infections means mitigating a perfect storm of conditions for binge drinking.
The aim of the interview committee is to deeply challenge you by asking a variety of questions and getting you out of your comfort zone.
A new report looks at outcomes for new graduates with disabilities. Advocates of disability rights say this data is not new or surprising.
Universities need people, policies and protocols that take into account how to support the success of BIPOC students from an equity, not equality, perspective.
The most helpful advice the authors received was ‘show, don’t tell.’
Several institutions say preliminary figures suggest the drop in enrollment due to the pandemic may be easing.
Brock University sees itself as having a ‘double cohort of first years’ in September, says interim president.