The top three presentations at this year’s 3-Minute Thesis competition tackled chemotherapy, oil pipelines, and asphalt.
The new system helps foster an “inclusivity culture” at the institution, says campus designer.
Many companies in Canada are starting scholarship programs with a view to promoting their corporate social responsibility.
The cohort represents an array of interests, including sports-injury medicine, Indigenous health and wellness, and podcasting.
A number of pilot projects are trying to encourage intergenerational co-housing in cities big and small.
The recent budget announcement means Canadian students won’t be left behind when it comes to studying abroad.
The B.A.R.K. program – Building Academic Retention through K9s – creates opportunities for students and community members to spend time with therapy dogs.
Faculties of education have a role to play in ensuring that teachers can identify and respond to students’ mental health challenges.
Students, researchers and charitable organizations are mobilizing to find solutions to improve food security.
Research suggests that student evaluations of teaching are often badly designed and used inappropriately. But change is underway.
The guidelines require students to have a letter signed by their instructor indicating what kind of editing help is permitted.
After years of collecting anecdotal data, UNB professor Eric Weissman is leading a study to bring the issue of student homelessness out of the shadows.
Ancillary fees fund many campus activities, including student clubs, student media, food banks, and equity and peer support services.
The updated policy broadly supports the inclusion of trans athletes in university sport, but critics still have some concerns.
More students are opting to live in theme-based residences.
They’re a waste of time, with little evidence they make a difference in decision-making.
Graduate students and professors need to act to promote academic integrity.
These relatively recent initiatives deserve recognition for helping the scientific community.
Why do hiring committees appear to favour graduates from big-league universities?
Still, a few universities have committed to offering services that specifically address eating disorders as part of their health and wellness programs.