The pandemic became a rare chance for academic creatives to witness the power of imagination and why it matters.
In the Students as Partners approach, instructors collaborate with students to develop a university course.
Skyrocketing student financial need has called for universities to go beyond the food bank model.
The brainchild of one scholar, the webinar series, The Good and the Bad of Black Grad, has provided a platform for Black academic voices across the country.
There are many lessons learned, but ensuring good university governance is the number one priority.
The search for a systemic response to a growing concern.
A few high-profile cases involving faculty members who may have falsely presented themselves as Indigenous are calling into question the practice of self-identification.
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The pandemic and aging infrastructure have spurred major renovations at university observatories, making them more accessible to the public and to researchers around the globe.
Marie-Hélène Benoit-Otis demystifies the role that music plays in the formation of political discourse.
Renowned scientist Andrée G. Roberge retraces her journey in Canada’s scientific community.
The rapid rise in international recruitment has sparked calls for rules and standards to govern third-party recruiters.
The interdisciplinary approach to human, animal and environmental health is gaining traction in teaching and research, but the field still struggles against institutional silos.
Members of the university community share lessons they’ll carry with them after more than two years of upheaval from COVID-19.
The current Acfas president reflects on the role of convergence in the development of French-language science.
As she begins her second term, Mona Nemer weighs in on shaping the pandemic response, the battle against misinformation, and the push for open science.
After four years, the federal government’s billion-dollar superclusters are finding their feet, but they need more time.
As the principal and vice-chancellor prepares to step down, she weighs in on lessons from COVID-19, academic freedom, diversity, and the future of higher education in a world upended by technology.
The application process for international student visas is putting French-language universities at a disadvantage.
Christian Messier is on a crusade to increase biodiversity in urban and natural forests.