Hard Brexit 'could cripple UK science', scientists believe
The Francis Crick Institute, the UK's biggest biomedical research lab, has warned that a hard or 'no deal' Brexit could cripple UK science, as a survey of ov...
Bilingual Education Matters
Brenda Muthamuluwuy teaching Gupapuyŋu In the continuing tradition of supporting the teaching of Indigenous Languages in schools, several staff from Batchelo...
WANALA Forum 2018
Wadeye Elders, Kunagarkan Elders and families joined together to celebrate the opening of the Western and Northern Aboriginal Language Alliance (WANALA), whi...
Helping students master their education
A new peer-mentoring support centre opened earlier this month designed to help Masters of Education students out with their assignments.
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Scholarship winner Floen combines service, science and music
Tyler Floen: musician, mathematician and winner of the Alvin and Lydia Grunert Scholarship.
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Richmond, BC Tian Shi Fu Restaurant Salary: $12.65 per hour /40 hours per week Location: (Urban area) 8251 Alexandra Road, Richmond BC, V6X 1C3
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Runners lace up to support literacy in New Brunswick
Proceeds from Legs for Literacy races are donated to literacy initiatives in southeastern New Brunswick.
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Surrey, BC New Age Cleaning Ltd Supervise and co-ordinate activities of workers Inspect sites of facilities to ensure safety and cleanliness standards are me...
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Surrey, BC New Age Cleaning Ltd Location Surrey, BC Salary$15.50 hourly for 35 to 40 hours per week Vacancies 3 Vacancies Employment groups: Employment group...
Land-based learning links curriculum with Indigenous culture
Hunter Sasakamoose is taking part in land-based learning which combines lessons from his ancestors on the Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation in Saskatchewan.
Become a UWN partner and raise your profile globally
Universities that become a UWN University Partner are able to raise their profile among UWN readers at the same time as providing vital support for our indep...
Focus Montreal: October 20
This week on Focus Montreal Global's senior anchor Jamie Orchard talks to a doctor who is speaking out about the benefits of medical cannabis; a pro-cannabis...
Edmonton political scientist Jim Lightbody dies after ‘co...
Jim Lightbody, who taught political science at the University of Alberta for 47 years, died Wednesday following a "brief but courageous battle with cancer."
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Milton, ON Road Star Trucking Location: Milton, ON Salary: $23.00 to $23.50 / hour Vacancies: 1 Vacancy Employment groups: Students, Youth, Veterans of the C...
A pioneer in the development of education technology
If you want to discover how technology will change higher education provision in future, Rome-based International Telematic University Uninettuno, a wholly o...
Hong Kong steps up research collaboration with China
Hong Kong will top up its research endowment fund to the tune of a HK$20 billion (US$2.6 billion) to boost innovation as it steps up research collaborations ...
Funding for Europe's universities rising, but not enough
Governments have increased funding for European higher education over the past decade but this recovery is not happening fast enough to produce a catch-up ef...
Government takes steps to lure and retain foreign talent
Transformative leaders are critical in today's world
More than ever before, universities have a critical role to play in offering students a solid education that will prepare them adequately for the labour mark...
Transformative leaders are crucial in today's world
More than ever before, universities have a critical role to play in offering students a solid education that will prepare them adequately for the labour mark...
A critical moment for universities to take a lead
What is the role of universities in driving positive change in the world? How should they be preparing students to face the challenges ahead? These are key q...
‘That shouldn’t be happening’: B.C. education minister re...
Parents say their kids aren't getting the supports they need, including time with special education assistants.
Durham researchers want to bring music, apps about AI to ...
The "learning package" in the works includes a remake of George Orwell's Animal Farm — featuring robots, not animals.
Certain books continue to cause an uproar in Canadian edu...
Books have been challenged for profanity, blasphemy, and portrayals of witchcraft.
Find out how well the pumpkin season did this year
We spoke with Christine Paul from Fruition Berry Farm on Hughes Road, just off highway 15 in Kingston.
Birmingham opens door to Chinese students with gaokao
The United Kingdom's University of Birmingham has announced that it will accept the gaokao exam for high-flying Chinese students wishing to join its undergra...
Doctoral qualification standard gets favourable review
Academics have given the thumbs-up to a draft document that aims not only to increase the number of doctoral degrees in South Africa but to improve national ...
Nine SADC countries geared for qualifications framework
Nine South African Development Community (SADC) countries are implementing a comprehensive qualifications framework, which will both facilitate mutual recogn...
Federal review of standards of HE courses announced
Organisations that offer higher education courses in Australia are to face a federal review of their standards. The review was called by federal Education Mi...
What it's like to be a student on the poverty line
One of my memories as a child was walking through the University of Adelaide with my family on open day. It may have been 10 or so years too early to explore...
Can universities become more agile?
To be agile means to have the ability to move quickly and easily. It's fair to say that this is not a notion one naturally associates with universities. Univ...
Employers need graduates to be taught vital soft skills
With concerns increasing over the inability of the labour market in most African countries to absorb fresh graduates, education systems should concentrate on...
A unique opportunity to promote scientific collaboration
Science diplomacy has three different faces: science in diplomacy (using science as a diplomatic instrument in foreign policy); diplomacy for science (diplom...
Why HE is key to Panama's 21st century economy
Panama sits at the centre of the world, or at least of the Western Hemisphere. The Panama Canal offers symbolic evidence of this fact. Completed a century ag...
The rise and rise of predatory journals
There has been a precipitous rise in predatory academic journals in recent years ...
Glitzy 'Science Oscars' to make stars of researchers
Nine scientists were recognised with a 'Breakthrough Prize', a US$3 million Silicon Valley-funded award meant to confer Oscars-style glamour and prestige on ...
Researchers in Canada discover 'Messenger' star
An international group of researchers, including astronomers from Canada's University of Victoria, is one step closer to understanding what the early univers...
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