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Headlines for Jan. 7, 2019

BY ANQI SHEN | JAN 07 2019

Globe and Mail
Oxford bound: Meet four of Canada’s latest Rhodes scholars

Chasing their educations brought these four young people down very different and difficult paths.

Globe and Mail
Canadian universities concerned diplomatic rift with China could hurt foreign-student enrolment

Tensions have been high between Canada and China since the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on a U.S. warrant at Vancouver airport in December.

Globe and Mail
These successful entrepreneurs have one thing in common – they all received a Loran student award

Loran pairs scholars with mentors who’ve already built successful careers in government, business and the non-profit sector.

Cape Breton University welcomes flood of international students for winter studies

Cape Breton University is welcoming about 500 new international students as the winter semester gets underway Monday.

Hamilton Spectator
Protest planned as Brock prof returns to class

A public demonstration at Brock University is being planned for next week when a professor disciplined for sexual harassment returns to the classroom after an almost three-year absence.

Times Higher Education
Canada urged to prize human capital over research output

Universities should use federal budget boost to help companies keep innovating, not to do it themselves, top science policy expert says.

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