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How two École de technologie supérieure researchers played a key role in developing a new helmet prototype.
The guide states, ‘it is only through long term, meaningful connections that you can understand and centre Indigenous needs, perspectives, and knowledge.’
‘We’ve all put a lot of heart and soul into [the program] so it’s really nice to see it succeeding,’ says program chair.
The Travels of Sir John Mandeville was a medieval “blockbuster” widely read across Europe.
Moving away from plastic is more sustainable, efficient and aligned with student expectations.
Sales will help support the university’s student union food bank.
From high-contrast window films to reflection-blocking shades, small design details are helping prevent thousands of bird collisions every year.
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.
The felted stole, designed by artist and student Megan Pegg, kicked off a new tradition for graduates of MSVU’s MountAbility program.
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.
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.
‘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.
The university has printed the final issue of its alumni magazine.
One of the main goals of the survey is to identify equity gaps among students and staff.
A team of veterinarians, techs and students performed a rare spinal surgery on the bird.
The coaching team includes former Olympic curlers Jocelyn Peterman, Brett Gallant, Lanie Peters and John Morris.