The bachelor of applied science program follows a work-integrated learning model imported from the U.K.
‘It has taken on a new project we didn’t envision. We have repurposed it so it’s turned into a space object hunter.’
Its leadership is committing to changing a culture of silence that surrounded accusations around late professor Wayne Hankey.
Moving away from plastic is more sustainable, efficient and aligned with student expectations.
Sales will help support the university’s student union food bank.
The English language may be king in science, but neural machine translation could well put an end to its dominance.
Simply called Frog, the statue was originally built in 1971 by a professor and a group of his students.
Canadian universities emerged from the pandemic with investment growth, but long-term sustainability is a consistent concern.
COVID-19 led to new opportunities and challenges.
The store has become a valuable resource for the international student community in particular.
As Université de Sudbury hits a wall, other French-language universities in Ontario are experiencing record enrolment.
The CIHR Review Quality Assurance process reveals vast majority of grant reviewers are doing a good job.
Student presses are especially struggling to adapt.
The overwhelming rise of text generators raises the need for reflection and guidelines to ensure their ethical use in an academic setting.
Recent survey results released by Universities Canada show a majority of respondents are committed to integrating Indigenous knowledge into their programs.
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.
“I think it’s really important to have safe providers who can offer this care. So I’m doing my best to fill that gap,” says clinic physician Sara Thomas.
From high-contrast window films to reflection-blocking shades, small design details are helping prevent thousands of bird collisions every year.
As generative AI disrupts the world of teaching and learning, academia has been slow to address its use in scholarly research.
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.