Athabasca University gets one-time $4.9-million grant to set new direction
The funding announcement comes almost one year after the release of a government-commissioned report into the future viability of Canada’s only public online post-secondary institution.
Duelling protests greet David Suzuki at University of Alberta grad ceremony
While protesters critical of David Suzuki’s appearance rallied outside the ceremony, so did a group of counter-protesters.
What does it take to make an institution more diverse?
Six researchers share their ideas for improving representation of underrepresented groups.
MUN offering retirement incentives in bid to cut costs, renew staff
“We’re into kind of a dark, challenging place, trying to maintain the integrity and quality of our programs, to which we’re committed,” said Noreen Golfman, MUN’s provost and academic vice-president.