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February 2011

BY MARK MERCER | January 12 2011

When students’ associations go bad.

BY DOUG OWRAM | January 12 2011

Fundraising, Part 2.

BY JASON CONNELL | January 12 2011

This vital skill can open doors to funding, contacts and new opportunities.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 12 2011

Academic freedom, undergraduate education and aboriginal achievement among topics for discussion at workshops for Canadian university presidents.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 12 2011

It’s what university fundraisers dream of: the Big Gift.

BY CAROLYN WONG | January 12 2011

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.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 12 2011

Adverse trait could seriously affect a professor’s career, new study finds.

BY JORDAN FALLIS | January 12 2011

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.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | January 12 2011

An English professor serves up Chinese culture with a Canadian flavour.


A new book recounts the legacy of the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation

BY DANIEL DROLET | January 12 2011

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.

BY JOHN LORINC | January 12 2011

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?

BY LAURA EGGERTSON | December 16 2010

Gilles Patry talks of challenges, priorities and new programs.

BY MARK CARDWELL | December 16 2010

A record-setting sixth Vanier Cup in 12 years for Laval team.

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