High school students in Squamish get a hands-on look at c...
Howe Sound Secondary students found a new colleague among their ranks earlier today when Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, j...
Unique Western University department receives $5M donatio...
The DAN Department of Management and Organizational Studies has received a $5-million gift from the department's namesake, Aubrey Dan.
Here’s how QESBA wants to boost enrolment in English scho...
Quebec English School Board Association (QESBA) president Jennifer Maccarone discusses ways to boost enrolment in English schools across the province.
TRU genomics lab a first for the BC Interior
The BC Interior's first high-throughput genomics lab is now open at TRU, under the direction of Biology faculty member Jonathan Van Hamme.
Confidence in math has become a major problem for girls i...
Growing math anxiety in young girls is preventing them from pursuing careers in science, math, technology and engineering, a new report states.
The math bogeyman: Anxiety in Ontario students, teachers ...
According to the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) standardized test in the 2016/17 academic year, only 49 per cent of Grade 3 girls in Onta...
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Food Service Supervisor
Rocky View, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Food Service Supervisor (NOC 6311) Employer: Jimmy The Greek (4515145 Canada Inc.) Location Rocky View, AB...
Assistant Manager, Restaurant
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Assistant Manager, Restaurant (NOC 0631) Employer: Subway Beacon Hill (1425382 Ab Ltd.) Location Calgary...
Cook
Rocky View, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Cook (NOC 6322) Employer: Villa Madina (1911364 AB Ltd.) Location Rocky View, AB Salary $14.00 /...
Tile Setter/Installer
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Tile Setter/Installer (NOC 7283) Employer: Alberta Queen Homes Ltd. Location Calgary, AB Salary $26.50 / Hour...
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Lethbridge, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title:  ​Food Service Supervisor Denny's Lethbridge 6550 (NOC 6311) Employer:  Denny's Restaura...
Hundreds download Edmonton school board’s new app
The app, which is called EPSB Together, is meant to enable parents to help their children, from kindergarten to grade 12, with literacy and numeracy developm...
Parents fear restructuring to Toronto schools’ gifted, sp...
Worried parents and advocates say many children will never fulfil their academic potential if the Toronto District School Board follows through on a proposal...
US decision on Jerusalem fuels student unrest
United States President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem - or Al-Quds in Arabic - as the capital of Israel and transfer the American embassy th...
New research strategy has an eye on the Nobel Prize
The Danish government has launched a new research and innovation strategy aimed at both getting value for money from spending on research, innovation and the...
Earth Rangers visit southern Alberta with animals in tow
Elementary students in Lethbridge welcomed some special visitors Friday when Earth Rangers, The Kids' Conservation Organization, brought live animals into th...
Marketisation of HE is failing students - audit report
The United Kingdom's National Audit Office has published a damning repor ...
Grade 9 students in Montreal use science to solve a ‘murder’
Students at LCC have become gumshoes to solve a mock crime and learn about science.
Brexit breakthrough helps universities in short term
Universities have welcomed the breakthrough in negotiations between the UK government and the European Union in phase one of the exit deal, agreed on Friday,...
AI, digital technology is changing innovation landscape
The rise of technologies such as artificial intelligence, data analytics and other digital technologies is changing the innovation landscape in a way that is...
Find Your Fit Tour reaches Squamish
WorkBC’s Find Your Fit Tour will be in Squamish at Howe Sound Secondary on Monday, Dec. 11, and opens to the public from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
No arrests in Makerere fraud case as 69 degrees recalled
Ugandan police have made no arrests among the 88 suspects - some of them alleged to be politicians and business people - implicated in the altering or forgin...
Russia unveils plans for nuclear education centre
Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom is assisting Zambia in establishing a nuclear education centre that will enhance inter-university cooperation...
LERU universities contribute EUR100 billion to economy
Investment in leading research universities generates a substantial return for the wider economy, and the 23 members of the League of European Research Unive...
Relaunch of faculty heralds new era in journalism
The Somali National University has relaunched its faculty of journalism and communication - 26 years after its closure in 1991. The faculty will meet the nee...
Why China wants 'Western-style' liberal arts education
As Duke University in the United States prepares to set up an undergraduate liberal arts degree at its campus in Kunshan, China, and with other proposals for...
Challenges of promoting social change via fellowships
Improving access and equity in internationalisation
Concerns about elitism, commercialisation, the high costs of study, corruption, fraud and the challenge of quantity versus quality are common themes across t...
How can universities remain international post-Brexit?
Universities in the United Kingdom can truly claim 'we are international'. One in six of our students are from outside the UK - over 436,000 students. More t...
'Organisational development' could transform universities
Since 1994, the higher education sector in South Africa has been undergoing changes and challenges. Some of those changes and challenges are due to notions o...
Did the USSR top the US on gender equality in science?
Valentina Tereshkova's famous flight to space in 1963 became a striking symbol of the Soviet Union's commitment to gender equality, heralding that Soviet wom...
The future of work - and of management education
It's hard to think about the future of management education without thinking about the future of work. In case you haven't noticed, there is no shortage of p...
Shouldn't global universities follow global principles?
Should the principle of educational equality apply to all students worldwide or only to some students - namely, those who have citizenship and permanent resi...
More than 740 Fleming College students withdraw from classes
81 per cent of students withdrawing from Fleming College this semester are first-year students.
New government will face pressure for new deal for HE
With talks over a new German government dragging on, heads of higher education and research organisations and institutions have spoken out on what they expec...
Bricklayer
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Bricklayer (NOC 7281) Employer: Alberta Queen Homes Ltd. Location Calgary, AB Salary $38.50 / Hour for 35 to ...
No name change for Rhodes University after council vote
The council of Rhodes University has voted against a name change for the institution citing financial constraints. The university made the announcement last ...
Ethnic Food Cook (East Indian)
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Ethnic Food Cook (East Indian) (NOC 6322) Employer: Tandoori Grill (1614744 Alberta Ltd.) Location Calgary, A...
Change in law so foreign academics won't risk fines
Denmark's government says it will change the law so foreign academics can share their knowledge outside universities without risking fines, reports Associate...
Harvard upholds policy against single-gender clubs
Harvard University is upholding a policy that pressures secretive all-male social clubs to accept students of any gender, writes Collin Brinkley for Associat...
200 universities set to lose access to Elsevier journals
Around 200 German universities will lose their subscriptions to Elsevier journals within weeks, because negotiations have failed to end a long-term contract ...
Max Planck Society seeks to hire more women as faculty
In November Germany's renowned Max Planck Society launched a women-only hiring initiative to help tackle the underrepresentation of women in scientific resea...
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