Concordia University College of Alberta appointed Paul McElhone dean of the Mihalcheon School of Business. He comes to the school after serving for nearly 17 years as executive director of the school of retailing at the University of Alberta. He also brings to the role more than 25 years in the retail sector, where he […]
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Setting the right tone and putting faculty first are key.
Canada Research Chairs program is responding to research that shows referees write weaker letters of recommendation for female candidates than for male candidates.
First-year students get up close with their prof and explore issues from all angles in a small-group environment.
The University of Manitoba’s student newspaper turned 100 years old in November.
Architecture students help create structured fabrics used in avant-garde dress collection.
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The Gryphon stands guard.
Accepting alternative ways to communicate our research.
Across the country, people with disabilities are redefining the possible by excelling in scholarly pursuits that were once off limits to them.
How to thrive in a time of limited financial resources.
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Canadian university leaders and government officials heard how collaboration is a key to successful R&D in those countries.