Let’s not eulogize the book just yet.
All-quiet masks problems on the tuition front.
Digital worlds, ethics and liability.
Université de Sherbrooke and Bishop’s University host an “environmentally responsible” gathering of 5,000 researchers.
A new system for allocating one of Canada’s most important grants program for university scientists leads to upsets in who gets funding.
Two years ago, University of Waterloo student Ryan Chen-Wing had an epiphany: he would launch Canada’s first student-run credit union on his campus.
OCAD U’s new logo to showcase student creativity.
SFU professor has spent 40 years studying these intelligent, forest-dwelling primates.
University of Guelph prof. finds a use for the little yellow flowers.
Learn the basics of a medical condition through an audio recording.
We can do better to improve the student experience, say senior administrators.
How Canadian researchers are continuing the nation’s 60-year record of excellence in aerospace.
A work of fiction.
University Affairs web editor Tara Siebarth talked to Stephen Henighan, a professor of Spanish-American literature at the University of Guelph, about writing fiction, the inspiration behind his short story in this month’s issue, and the difference between academic and creative writing.
University Affairs web editor Tara Siebarth sat down with photographer Daniel Tobias to discuss his experience of taking the photos for the cover story for June-July issue.