While universities aren’t representative of the problem, one expert says they can play an important role by raising awareness.
The COVID-19 pandemic created a new way of learning in higher education: outdoor classes.
Everyone agrees on the need for an action plan on student mental health, but there are still concerns.
September 29, 2021 Thirty people sent to hospital after Fake Homecoming at Western The National Post reported that 30 people were taken to hospital, six in critical or serious condition, after Western University’s Fake Homecoming turned into an all-night rager. “Given the number of people involved, it’s quite likely somebody there had COVID and it’s […]
Some university campuses will be closed for the new statutory holiday.
To mandate or not to mandate: the debate many universities have been wrestling with is now put to the test.
For many schools, preventing possible infections means mitigating a perfect storm of conditions for binge drinking.
Despite the many demands of stakeholders in the academic community, postsecondary education struggles to capture candidates’ attention.
A new report looks at outcomes for new graduates with disabilities. Advocates of disability rights say this data is not new or surprising.
Access Copyright now calling on federal government to ‘remedy the untenable situation’ for Canadian creators by reforming Copyright Act.
The hope is to facilitate more projects involving Indigenous peoples and other racialized groups.
A one-in-a-million shot of this past June’s solar eclipse also showcases the university’s campus.
Funded by the University of Northern British Columbia and the Hakai Institute, the powerful set of computers show the mass loss of Earth’s glaciers has increased at unexpected rates.
August 30, 2021 B.C. universities to require rapid testing or proof of vaccination British Columbia’s public health officer, Bonnie Henry, has said universities can only mandate double vaccination for staff and faculty, not students. But universities in the province have found a middle ground to respond to calls from their campus communities for vaccination mandates. […]
Using campus as testing grounds, WATonoBus pushes limits of autonomous transit.
Teaching may be more rewarding when students’ cameras are on, but it comes at a cost.
While most were able to seamlessly pivot to primarily online services, some also faced unique technological, licensing and human resource challenges.
Building on the research that was done may help prepare for future pandemics.
The majority of perpetrators are men, while women with disabilities and Indigenous women are the most likely to be targeted.
Some academics argue it should have been part of regular funding programs, or more focused.