Using portable 3D scanners, a team of professors and graduate students created a new database that attempts to replicate the hands-on experience of identifying fossils and other specimens.
A group of CBU administrators and local physicians aim to improve access to health care at the provincial and municipal levels, while also improving health services on campus.
EDITOR’S NOTE Endings and beginnings: It has been an immense privilege, but it’s time for me to say farewell LETTERS Waking up my senses PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Trinity Western University announced Philip A. Reilly as the institution’s new vice-president of development, and other appointments. CAMPUS Anthropology instructors at U of T digitize hundreds of […]
There aren’t enough midwives in Canada to meet the growing demand for their services. But getting more midwives in the workforce will take a lot more than just adding seats to the few midwifery programs that exist.
The donated images document the Canadian photographer’s renowned career, starting with his time as a Ryerson student.
As women academics, we need to tout our accomplishments and applaud other women for doing so.
How the pandemic has highlighted the disparities and knowledge gaps in our institutions and society.
A new certificate program at Dalhousie University tackles the changing landscape of postsecondary leadership.
Universities are turning to the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals as a blueprint for achieving a better and more prosperous world.
Ontario unveils its new funding formula for colleges and universities as Alberta mulls its own PBF scheme.
As a university president, at the end of the day, you want to feel that you have made a difference and left your institution in a better place than you found it.
MyCreds provides students and graduates with fast, secure access to their official transcripts and other academic documents.
Whether you are an academic-in-waiting or seeking a non-academic career, it is important to reflect on and show off the breadth of your teaching experience.
Universities mark the first anniversary of the plane crash in Iran that killed 176 people, many connected to Canada’s academic community.