It’s time to measure.
A discussion on whether scholars should take the time to write a blog about their work.
It took seven years, but Memorial University has finally been able to bestow its honorary doctoral degree upon Burmese activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi.
One in four: that’s the ratio of female to male MPs elected to the 41st federal Parliament. It’s a staggering underrepresentation, and yet it’s the highest level yet attained for women in the Commons. These gender imbalances are evident not just in politics but in many senior leadership positions, a fact that has led to […]
University plans to create 50 chairs over ﬁve years to foster innovation in teaching.
New fellowship program to help doctors, lawyers and financiers.
Live streaming of games on the Internet called a model for the future.
June 6, 1911: the day Canada’s universities joined together in a national body.
Canadian faculty are welcomed in many developing countries for their skill in introducing student-centred learning.
No previous governor general of this country has known universities as intimately or as broadly as the one who currently holds the office.
Geoffrey Fong wants you to be shocked when you look at a cigarette package.
Canada lags the U.S., but ‘exciting’ changes are taking place.