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BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | NOV 24 2021

Flexible work arrangements are becoming key factors in recruitment and retention.

BY UA/AU | NOV 24 2021

USask plans to bring back larger in-person lectures, UBC prof wins award for work on COVID vaccine and new survey reveals students dislike online learning.

BY RILEY YESNO | NOV 22 2021

The university is now seeking input from members of the community through Dec. 7.

BY MARK CARDWELL | NOV 17 2021

For nearly two years, employees who handle everything from media relations to website development have been working long hours, often under intense pressure.

BY EMILY BARON CADLOFF | NOV 16 2021

Alleged assaults at Western prompted policy reviews across Ontario, but it’s unclear what changes will come from them.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | NOV 04 2021

Although part of a new residence hall, venue will have features to ensure sound doesn’t carry.

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | NOV 03 2021

Many campuses have spent recent months conducting emergency retrofits of HVAC systems, installing new hardware and devising novel solutions for older buildings.

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | NOV 01 2021

AMAZE: A McGill A-Z Experience also celebrates the university’s 200th birthday.

BY JULIE CAFLEY | OCT 26 2021

The two former university presidents speak with an academic who studies higher education leadership and governance about improving opportunities for women.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | OCT 26 2021

Hügelkultur garden beds are made from natural materials in the immediate area, which prevents invasive species from spreading.

BY SPARROW MCGOWAN | OCT 22 2021

‘We are cautiously optimistic that we are entering the recovery phase,’ one comptroller says.

BY KERRY BANKS | OCT 21 2021

A UBC biologist is advising residents not to feed the wildlife.

BY DIANE PETERS | OCT 20 2021

Advocates of ‘humanistic math’ are on a mission to help schoolchildren from all backgrounds see the world differently.

BY CATHERINE COUTURIER | OCT 15 2021

An international partnership has been established to better understand plagiarism among graduate students.

BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS VENNE | OCT 14 2021

The 2021 National Building Reconciliation Forum provided an opportunity to identify the work that remains to be done at universities.

BY SHARON ASCHAIEK | OCT 13 2021

Particularly in the initial phase of the public health emergency, these unsung university staff did most of the heavy lifting to rework face-to-face courses.

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | OCT 07 2021

Experts on campuses from coast to coast are needed to deal with the current emergency as well as future ones, Afghan-Canadian lawyer says.

BY MARK CARDWELL | OCT 05 2021

While universities aren’t representative of the problem, one expert says they can play an important role by raising awareness.

BY MAXIME BILODEAU | OCT 01 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic created a new way of learning in higher education: outdoor classes.

BY ÉMILE BÉRUBÉ-LUPIEN | SEP 30 2021

Everyone agrees on the need for an action plan on student mental health, but there are still concerns.