The one-metre telescope offers a “richer” academic experience for astronomy students and amateur stargazers alike.
How controversy, curriculum change and emerging perspectives are shifting the study of Canadian literature.
The federal government, USports and a team of researchers hope to encourage more women into university-level coaching jobs.
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Universities across the country are tweaking their admissions processes to attract students from less-privileged backgrounds.
It takes effort, but as you learn to become more comfortable having these difficult discussions, you become part of the solution.
SciArt was conceived as a way to make STEM more accessible to the art crowd, but a partnership with Science North has broadened the show’s audience by thousands.
Agriculture faculties are becoming some of the most exciting hubs of interdisciplinary collaboration on Canadian campuses.
A donation of 30,000 UFO-related materials makes the university the place to be for paranormal research in Canada.
The tremendous talent that perished on that ill-fated airplane is difficult to imagine.
A retreat is a great way to address the challenges faced by the unhappiest faculty in academe.
“This is a loss for individual universities, individual families and friends. It’s a loss for the scholarly community. It’s a loss for this country.”
The ban on Black students studying medicine was in effect for decades, then forgotten, and wasn’t officially repealed until just two years ago.