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October 2010

BY STEVEN DAVIS | September 13 2010

Please lend your expertise to the developing world.

BY DOUG OWRAM | September 13 2010

After several stages of evolution, the very definition of a university could be changing.

BY IAN MACLACHLAN | September 13 2010

How to submit an article to a peer-reviewed journal.

BY ANNE KERSHAW | September 13 2010

On that point there’s no argument, but educators don’t agree about how much it matters.

BY JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Preparing the East Coast remains for display was a long and messy job, but the skeleton is now turning heads at UBC.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 13 2010

A bill that would govern foreign education providers was the hot topic at a recent AUCC workshop on India held in Ottawa.

BY JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Astute grads get stamp of approval.

BY JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Superhuman efforts won’t be needed for success.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 13 2010

The grinning jack-o’-lantern painted on its dome – they say students did it – masks a long and rich history for the building officially called the Louis B. Stewart Observatory, but better known as the University of Toronto’s Students’ Union building.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 13 2010

Three guys, three PhDs in science (one pending), write three blogs on science policy. Their blog posts – and personal lives – provide interesting insights into the state of science training in Canada today.

BY DIANE PETERS | September 13 2010

Your technology may look clean, but it’s using up lots of power – and that means greenhouse gas emissions.

BY DANIEL DROLET | September 13 2010

A community-wide initiative to keep kids in school, spearheaded by sociologist Michel Perron, is winning converts far from Quebec’s Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region.

BY DIANE PETERS | September 13 2010

Universities are looking at ways to make information technology on campus more energy efficient and eco-friendly.

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