The felted stole, designed by artist and student Megan Pegg, kicked off a new tradition for graduates of MSVU’s MountAbility program.
How faculty and students are faring after the private university in Squamish, B.C., suspended operations earlier this year.
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The Western Research Scholars Academy, which pairs CRCs with experienced mentors from across the globe, emphasizes personal connection as a key part of professional development.
The latest offering from the Indigenous Continuing Education Centre taps into the public appetite for guidance around the TRC’s calls to action.
One Child Every Child brings together researchers from diverse disciplines, organizations and countries to examine the biological and social determinants of health affecting the well-being of children.
The display became a symbol of resilience for the LGBTQ2+ community on campus and a teachable moment.
Laurentian architecture school partnership project connects students with local and professional communities.
The government has promised billions of dollars for research and development to support future moon missions, with a long-term goal of sending people to Mars.
Over the last few months, several Canadian postsecondary institutions have issued policies or recommendations regarding the social media app.
Direct-sound printing can create objects in places that related technology can’t reach.
The two-hour, voluntary sessions provide training in Indigenous specific racism, cultural humility, cultural safety and integrating the truth of colonization.
Students ‘loved it, they had fun, they did extremely well and their marks reflected that,’ says the professor.
Why the Manitoba institution waded into a book ban debate at its local school district.
University announces “intake pause” for 16 programs amid financial sustainability concerns at some of the province’s universities.
The Burnaby, B.C., university has appointed a special adviser to “explore options for a sustainable way forward” after it axed its football program in April.
Postsecondary institutions are playing catch up as generative AI and other emerging technologies make their way into student coursework.
‘Adopt a Grand-Student’ is part of the university’s commitment to being an age-friendly university.
A pulp and paper mill has become a unique hub to ignite innovation.
Kwantlen U library collection features plant-based skin care items.