These programs offer the chance to explore new career paths, make connections in a field of interest and facilitate future employment.
After a strong student turnout in 2015, Elections Canada and student-led organizations have expanded their get-out-the-vote programs before the federal election this month.
87 percent of students say university has so far met or exceeded their expectations, according to the Canadian University Survey Consortium.
Three medical practitioners share their experiences.
The award-winning organization specializing in educational forays into the Arctic and Antarctic celebrates its 20th anniversary next year.
Sharing resources between career services and faculty/departments promotes successful career transitions for grad students.
Program also aims to diversify source countries for incoming international students.
Engaging students in community partnerships is one way for them to get an authentic experience in a non-academic context.
Audience members, like students, are key participants and crucial collaborators, not merely passive consumers.
Boosting the number of Indigenous medical students, bolstering Indigenous curriculum among measures promised.
We have to start being more intentional and transparent in promoting and celebrating empathy, inclusivity and kindness on our campuses.
“Typically in vet practice, the routine is to … check the boxes. I realized very quickly that that was not the way to go about it – it was about establishing a relationship first.”
After decades of grassroots work by Black scholars, a few universities have started offering Black Canadian studies programs. Will it be enough to start reversing what one professor calls Canada’s “Black brain drain”?
Recent allegations of mismanagement have stained the reputations of several student unions across Canada.
Explicitly teaching graduate students project management – a skill set they typically learn through trial and error – could mean better research and employability.
An exploration of some of the nuances between postsecondary education in the two countries, as well as some of the intangibles that are often not thought about.
The university is the latest in Canada to rethink its stance on a name many find offensive.
Mona Nemer is creating a new youth advisory council of people aged 18 to 30 from a range of backgrounds.
Systemic racism is in the very foundations of universities; its influence is insidious and persistent.
If you tackle one thing at a time, prioritize pressing items and simply do your best, everything will turn out okay.