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.
How researchers are making Canada’s lagging clinical trials ecosystem more efficient and inclusive.
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.