July 12, 2023
Space exploration and research make a comeback as federal funding priority
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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.
BY KURT KLEINER | JUL 07 2023

No one prepares us for the trauma of coming home from fieldwork
No one prepares us for the trauma of coming home from fieldwork
Readying novice field researchers to cope with potential feelings of dislocation on their return should be part of their training toolkit too.
BY CHENG XU | JUL 11 2023

Building bridges
Building bridges
Laurentian architecture school partnership project connects students with local and professional communities.
BY SUSAN GOLDBERG | JUL 12 2023

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Understanding university ownership of IP in foreign research collaborations
Understanding university ownership of IP in foreign research collaborations
Imposing broad rules on universities around ownership of intellectual property in complex research collaborations is not the answer.
BY NEIL CAMPBELL | JUL 06 2023

How to start the process of enhancing your writing versatility
How to start the process of enhancing your writing versatility
In the second of this two-part series, the author gives grad students some concrete steps to enhance writing versatility.
BY KARIM ABUAWAD | JUL 10 2023

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UVic in global top 10 for impact

The University of Victoria is among the top 10 universities worldwide for advancing UN Sustainable Development Goals, according to the latest Times Higher Education Impact Rankings. UVic is a leader in Canada, ranking first in the country for climate action impact – third globally – in the 2023 assessment. The annual Times Higher Ed analysis affirms UVic’s 30-plus year commitment to climate action through research, stewardship, outreach, teaching and partnerships. In April, the B.C.-based university announced it will lead a national research initiative with more than 40 partners that will help Canada reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reach net-zero goals.


Lily Cho Western University

Western University has named Lily Cho vice-provost and associate vice-president, international, effectively July 1. She joins Western from York University, where she was most recently associate dean for global and community engagement in the faculty of liberal arts and professional studies. Dr. Cho is a scholar of cultural studies and postcolonial literature, and has published books on the Chinese Head Tax and the history of Chinese restaurants in Canada.

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