Bringing the toll of war to the streets.
EDITOR’S NOTE Comings and goings: The spirit of the times LETTERS Say “yes” to interviews, because your male colleagues will PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Nipissing University has appointed Jim McAuliffe dean of graduate studies and research, and other appointments. CAMPUS Residential school serves as canvas for multi-artist installation Pitch contest blends TED Talks with Dragons’ […]
Where are the women?
When I was pregnant with my first child, I experienced the usual mix of delight and trepidation that comes with impending parenthood. However, I was also concerned with how my pregnancy might threaten to disrupt the professional identity I had so assiduously constructed for myself as a young, female professor in the early stages of […]
At Dechinta, students spend their time on the land learning a range of skills.
The programs not only upgrade their academic qualifications but expose immigrants to how their profession is practised in Canada.
This series sponsored by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences features notable humanities and social sciences researchers with smart ideas for a better tomorrow. This month, we spoke with Louis Raymond, Professor Emeritus at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Louis Raymond is a pioneer in the study of management information systems for small and medium-sized enterprises […]
A good education is not simply job training.
This fall, for the third year in a row, the University of Alberta is hosting the Falling Walls lab. The competition gives researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs at U of A three minutes to present on an original idea or research. As stated on its website, it’s “a little TED Talks and a little Dragons’ Den.” […]
New designs address the trend towards student-centred, active learning.
Mush Hole Project at former Mohawk Institute Residential School foregrounds Indigenous experiences of site.
The international event is making its way to Canada for the first time through the efforts of Brock’s Racial Climate Task Force.
The plight of Concordia professor Homa Hoodfar in Iran has once again brought up the question of what universities can do to protect scholars detained abroad.