When students’ associations go bad.
Fundraising, Part 2.
This vital skill can open doors to funding, contacts and new opportunities.
Academic freedom, undergraduate education and aboriginal achievement among topics for discussion at workshops for Canadian university presidents.
It’s what university fundraisers dream of: the Big Gift.
It’s a simple online screening tool to check the amount you drink – and it works, says its developer, University of Toronto professor John Cunningham.
Adverse trait could seriously affect a professor’s career, new study ﬁnds.
A professor at the Royal Military College of Canada is using pumpkins to remove contaminants from soil, a strategy that she says is potentially cheaper and more environmentally friendly than the conventional approach of digging up and removing the soil.
An English professor serves up Chinese culture with a Canadian flavour.
A new book recounts the legacy of the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
It’s a truism: universities are steeped in tradition. But while some campus customs have survived the ages, others have fallen into disfavour as the university itself changes with the times.
Canadian governments give generously with tax incentives and subsidies for business R&D, but businesses aren’t doing that much R&D in Canada. What are we doing wrong?
Gilles Patry talks of challenges, priorities and new programs.
A record-setting sixth Vanier Cup in 12 years for Laval team.