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May 2017

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | April 11 2017

How students respond to failure is a strong predictor of future success.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | April 05 2017

EDITOR’S NOTE Back in the day: When should parents let go? LETTERS Ethical service learning abroad PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Rhonda Lenton has been appointed York University’s next president and vice-chancellor, effective July 1, and other appointments. CAMPUS Artists in residency exchange volunteer time for studio space Dalhousie’s dance with bhangra Library posts guide to […]

BY THERESA TAYLER | April 05 2017

It’s now simply a given among student affairs professionals that parents will be involved in their children’s lives at university.

BY BECKY RYNOR | April 05 2017

Thanks to ArcticNet, research in Canada’s Far North is thriving, but its funding runs out in 2018.

BY DAVID SMITH | April 05 2017

Engaging with students – both inside and outside the classroom – who are continually linked in to social media and online devices presents a range of opportunities, challenges and pitfalls.

BY DEBORAH POFF | April 04 2017

COPE’s principal objective is “to educate and advance knowledge in methods of safeguarding the integrity of the scholarly record for the benefit of the public.”

BY SUZANNE BOWNESS | April 04 2017

The movement is also aiming to reimagine and democratize learning technologies.


The Maritime Bhangra Group’s viral videos are a celebration of Sikh culture and community activism that reach millions of viewers.

BY ANQI SHEN | March 31 2017

New partnership between Emily Carr University of Art + Design and downtown Prince George follows “time banking” model.

BY TIM LOUGHEED | March 29 2017

Eleven PhD grads are serving for one year in various federal departments around Ottawa.

BY LISA PHILIPPS | March 29 2017

One academic’s journey in search of new perspectives.

BY RAPHAELA NEHME | March 27 2017

Website offers tips for truth-seekers in an era of fake news, alternative facts and confirmation bias.

BY TIM LOUGHEED | March 16 2017

In September 2017, the university will admit the first cohort of students to its new MSCom program.

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