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September-October 2023

BY MAXIME BILODEAU | September 11 2023

The latest report from the Standing Committee on Science and Research concludes that a serious shake-up is needed to restore French-language science to its former glory in Canada.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | September 06 2023
BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 05 2023

How universities are overhauling operations in an effort to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

BY KERRY BANKS | September 01 2023

From high-contrast window films to reflection-blocking shades, small design details are helping prevent thousands of bird collisions every year.

BY CYNTHIA WESLEY-ESQUIMAUX | August 31 2023

Universities Canada’s new commitments to truth and reconciliation will be a living document.

BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | August 30 2023

Are equity, diversity and inclusion criteria and sustainable development goals compatible with academia’s obsession with excellence?

BY DIANE PETERS | August 29 2023

As generative AI disrupts the world of teaching and learning, academia has been slow to address its use in scholarly research.

BY JAMIE PARIS | August 28 2023

English departments will continue to matter if they remain places where students’ ideas are considered.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | August 25 2023

An audio tour celebrates the 50th anniversary of a sprawling – now largely forgotten – art installation created by late Canadian artist Michael Snow for the opening of Brock’s iconic Mackenzie Chown Complex.

BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | August 23 2023

The western province has been through some dark times when it comes to funding. Will the newly elected government bring solutions, or more controversy?

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | August 18 2023

The felted stole, designed by artist and student Megan Pegg, kicked off a new tradition for graduates of MSVU’s MountAbility program.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | August 09 2023

The Western Research Scholars Academy, which pairs CRCs with experienced mentors from across the globe, emphasizes personal connection as a key part of professional development.

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