Connecting with others in your field can offer job search insights, networking opportunities and a chance to learn about different career paths.
The REES platform focuses on survivors, providing them with a range of secure options to report incidents and access support services.
Internships provide students with a broader view of the world and professional skills development, which can transcend their in-class knowledge.
Universities are exploring ways to build more student accommodations of all kinds amid a worsening shortage.
Taking the time – even if it’s a few hours a week – for extracurricular activities can help expand your career options.
These Canadian Olympians are taking the term “student athlete” to the next level.
Now more than ever, faculty and staff are working hard to help students succeed.
A new Canada Foundation for Innovation survey finds that while young people generally trust science, action is still needed to improve literacy.
Six things to think about as you consider whether or not to pursue a graduate degree.
One sports psychologist says he’s seen a major upswing in mood and anxiety-related symptoms over the past two years.
But many are also seeing an influx of applications, and renewed interest from provincial governments to expand programs.
On any given day there is a nurse practitioner at the clinic to provide a range of services to students.
They’ve been on the lips of a growing number of postsecondary administrators and faculty in recent years, and COVID-19 has only accelerated the trend.
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.