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BY OLIVIA GRANDY | MAY 23 2024

TMU professor introduces AI-powered chatbot to academic community.

BY BIANCA MCKEOWN | MAY 21 2024

A unique partnership is helping researchers learn more about the effects of climate change.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | MAY 16 2024

The pro-Palestinian student protest movement is gaining momentum nationwide as debates intensify over freedom of expression.

BY SONIA MENDES | MAY 15 2024

University of Waterloo researchers developing innovative technology that is cost-effective and safer than current diagnostic methods.

BY BIANCA MCKEOWN & OLIVIA GRANDY | MAY 13 2024

A solidarity letter has garnered more than 200 signatures from faculty, librarians and staff.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAY 09 2024

The legislation would give the minister of education unprecedented powers over university policies, according to new coalition.

BY DAISY LE CORRE | MAY 09 2024

Five academics draw on their own experiences to paint a portrait of the ups and downs that await new professors.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAY 02 2024

A pro-Israel counter-demonstration led to a heavy police presence and tense campus environment.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | MAY 01 2024

The proposed funding is intended to facilitate access to care and support mental health initiatives, as experts call for greater coordination between federal and provincial governments.

BY DANIEL HALTON | MAY 01 2024

An interview with host Kate Kenyon on the launch of University Affairs’ new podcast.

BY REAGAN SPENCER | APR 30 2024

The campus’ smallest residents are creating a “buzz” around pollinator protection.

BY MOHAMED BERRADA | APR 19 2024

Focus put on R&D funding, student housing and student debt restructuring.

BY JOSH KOZELJ | APR 18 2024

Quality of varsity sport broadcasts and player promotions will suffer, says former staffer.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 17 2024

The Liberals’ major injection in research and innovation has been met with overwhelmingly positive responses.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 10 2024

Alberta is implementing a two per cent cap on domestic tuition increases while British Columbia is investing significantly in its postsecondary education sector.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 10 2024

Saskatchewan capped off its four-year funding agreement with universities while the NDP government of Manitoba released its first budget.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 09 2024

Two per cent cap on tuition increase in Nova Scotia announced.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | APR 09 2024

Both provinces have faced criticism from university groups for underfunding the sector in recent years.

BY DIANE PETERS | APR 03 2024

Universities getting a full view of the upcoming eclipse explore the science and art of astronomy.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | APR 02 2024

Ontario’s universities and colleges satisfied with province’s distribution of allocation for international study permits in 2024.