It was easier to draw the line between “internal” and “external” examiners before the 1980s, when collaboration between faculties at different universities was less common.
An explanation of whether this is the right fit for you.
What’s it like to be a part of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard?
It’s a hot issue in Quebec, where the mineral is a major export product, despite efforts to ban it.
A McMaster astrophysicist gets his turn in the limelight.
The next time an article in a science journal posits a general theory of human behaviour, view its conclusions skeptically.
Universities are considered to be among the most liberal institutions in society, yet many non-Caucasian scholars say they still feel excluded or denied opportunities. How does this happen?
The two partners behind the research marketing ﬁrm Academica tell us what today’s students are looking for in a university education.
Deciding which system works best for your university can be complicated, but let’s not call the whole discussion off, urge two professors.
Report features mock movie posters that spotlight 21 of the university’s “A-list cast of characters”.
Is there a lesson here for Canadian governments?
Students, faculty and staff from across Canada meet to address problems in accessing care.
It was a challenge that couldn’t be refused.