Edmonton adventure camp turns to TV to highlight healthy ...
Change Adventure Camp aims to teach kids and families about physical activity, nutrition and the great outdoors.
H2020 failing to ease Europe's research funding divide
The European research funding divide between longstanding European Union (EU) member states and the newer ones has barely improved in the EU's eighth framewo...
Response to Glaze report no way to start cultural change:...
Jodi Asbell-Clarke, an education researcher, says the stakes are too high for the contentious relationship to continue as it is. 
Bill would hold universities to account for sexual abuse
Three United States senators have introduced legislation to hold universities accountable for sexual abuse and require university leaders to review sexual ab...
IDays offers a taste of diversity
International Days are back and better than ever. This year's theme is Food for Thought, Food for Life, Food for Fun. It will be all that.
TRU Law alum: From Singapore to Ottawa
Sam Tecle completed an international exchange in his last semester and began a prestigious federal clerkship position after his graduation.
Nova Scotia Teachers Union expecting strike mandate next ...
Since there is a collective agreement in place, under the law any job action by teachers would be illegal.
Alberta father angry his son received HPV vaccine against...
A central Alberta family is angry with Alberta Health Services because during routine immunizations at school, their son was accidentally given a vaccine the...
McGill student jumps into action after finding suicide no...
Avleen K Mokha sprung into action after seeing an ominous note scrawled on a stall of the third floor bathroom at McGill University.
Commission affirms candidacy status
TRU's continued status as a Candidate for Accreditation has been approved by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
John Abbot College student wins prestigious Horatio Alger...
The $5,000 scholarships are given to students who have overcome adversity, show strength of character, are involved in their community all the while pursuing...
Student arrested after suspected threat at Centennial Reg...
A student has been arrested after a potential threat at Centennial Regional High School.
5 Montreal stories you must read this week: February 16
The father of a 7-year-old Montrealer is protesting after she was denied from getting speech therapy.
Elsipogtog School closed for sterilization amid flu outbreak
Elispogtog school, which serves students from Kindergarten to Grade 8, announced the closure in a message on its website Thursday.
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‘It sucks’: Bikes stolen from N.S. group days after 850-k...
"We were pretty heartbroken. Certainly those bikes have more of a sentimental value to us than anything else."
Find Your Fit tour reaches Fernie to inspire future caree...
The Find Your Fit tour stop in Fernie is a great opportunity for students to get valuable hands-on experience with helpful career-planning tools.
Private universities have the potential to 'take over'
Some investors in private universities are cutting corners by not maintaining quality assurance levels, short-circuiting official quality assurance bodies an...
New general staff union to tackle university challenges
A nation-wide union of university staff has been established to represent both academic and non-academic employees. The move comes in the wake of discontent ...
Students protest against extended military conscription
On 29 November 2017, the President of the Republic of Armenia signed the new law on 'military duty and military service', which states that to get a military...
Students invest in universities, so pay them a dividend
The university model has been stuck in limbo for centuries. Little has changed in terms of the university framework since the first university in the Western...
VC salaries are a sign of what's wrong with universities
The recent furore over the United Kingdom's highest-paid vic ...
Promoting the value of useful and used research
The Africa Evidence Network at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, recently launched the first annual Africa Evidence Leadership Award to honour an...
How can universities address spiralling enrolment?
For the past 20 years or so African higher education institutions have been experiencing explosive enrolment growth rates while funding has drastically decli...
Knowledge diplomacy or knowledge divide?
The term 'knowledge diplomacy' is becoming increasingly popular and is being used in different ways. This is causing some confusion. For instance, can advoca...
Lessons from Asia on road to world-class universities
The debate around developing 'world-class universities' in India often involves benchmarking top Indian universities against the best in the world, which are...
Ontario Enhancing Opportunities to Learn about Canada's H...
Ontario is helping students to understand Canada's diverse history and people with the development of new resources on Sikh history and heritage. 
Why the skills debate matters - Short and long term
With plans afoot for the United Kingdom government to review higher education funding, speculation is growing about the recommendations that might result. Co...
Why one university declared Valentine's Day a holiday
To ensure there is absolutely no nod to Valentine's Day customs - like exchanging flowers and chocolates - Lucknow University declared 14 February a holiday,...
University College London head denies fall in standards
University College London's top administrator has dismissed suggestions of declining standards after academics overwhelmingly backed a vote of no-confidence ...
Staff union blames government for poor HE access
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has said the federal government under President Muhammadu Buhari is doing nothing to increase access to public unive...
Few universities adopt rules against impact-factor abuse
A survey of British institutions reveals that few have taken concrete steps to stop the much-criticised misuse of research metrics in the evaluation of acade...
Top universities offer new course on technology ethics
The medical profession has an ethic: First, do no harm. Silicon Valley has an ethos: Build it first and ask for forgiveness later. Now, in the wake of fake n...
Lecturers plead for help to rescue 'broke' universities
Academic staff have painted a gloomy picture of the financial status of public universities in Kenya and called for national dialogue to support the institut...
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Employers favour science universities for recruitment
Universities known for their science and engineering majors have been ranked as employers' favourites in a survey by a Taiwanese job bank focused on where bu...
Universities resist quotas on teacher-training courses
Third-level colleges are resisting plans by Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton to introduce quotas on the number of teachers they train in spec...
Universities to get more money for postgraduates
Czech public universities will receive 50% higher contributions for postgraduate students this year, Education Minister Robert Plaga said last week, adding t...
No surprises for higher education in White House budget
The White House budget released on 12 February won't be approved by Congress and likely won't even be seriously considered by lawmakers as a framework for th...
Call for more Framework social sciences research funding
West Bank university law draws Palestinian Authority ire
The Palestinian Authority last week stepped up its rhetorical attacks on Israel - this time by calling on all parliaments and lawmakers around the world to b...
Staff vacancies continue to plague higher education
The functioning of Indian institutions of higher learning continues to be crippled due to a large number of staff vacancies. The latest government data has s...
#MeToo hits universities, despite internet censors
After highly-regarded Beihang University Professor Chen Xiaowu was dismissed over multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, students and alumni from dozens ...
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