There’s a buying opportunity with the rise of the e-book.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield will oversee a range of university research experiments during his three months at the helm of space station Expedition 35.
Cape Breton University chair promotes the study of aboriginal business in Canada.
Common reading program starts at Queens.
At universities across the country, scientists are happily leaving the isolation of their old labs and ofﬁces to discover the “intellectual collisions” in new collaborative spaces.
As a new law professor, she could have made life easier for herself when confronted with sexism at the university. But then, she wouldn’t be Constance Backhouse.
Are we headed up a creek without a paddle?
Doomsday pronouncements may seem silly, but they underlie a troubling world view, says Concordia scholar.
Half of Canada’s six strongest fields are in humanities and social sciences, says new report by Council of Canadian Academies.
The recently launched Tukitaarvik website offers information and networking opportunities for young Inuit who want a postsecondary education.
Daylong session in Waterloo, Ont., prompted by recent debates over donor influence at some Canadian universities.