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Environment - Career - 22.04.2024
Weather extremes and adapting to an increasingly dangerous world
Weather extremes and adapting to an increasingly dangerous world
On a sweltering summer day, kids run across a soccer field as winds swirl and dark clouds form in the distance.

Criminology / Forensics - Career - 19.04.2024
Criminology, more present than ever at the University
The new PhD program will be offered as of the fall semester . With the creation of a certificate in criminology in 2011, Université Laval laid the cornerstone of a teaching structure for the criminological discipline. In 2012, a bachelor's program was launched. Then, in 2020, a master's program was launched.

Economics - Career - 17.04.2024
Students pitch solution to boost productivity in manufacturing 
Students pitch solution to boost productivity in manufacturing 

Career - Economics - 15.04.2024
Three key takeaways from the Canada Growth Summit
Three key takeaways from the Canada Growth Summit

Pedagogy - Career - 15.04.2024
Consulting the public on education in Quebec

Campus - Career - 02.04.2024
UBC announces 2024 honorary degree recipients
UBC announces 2024 honorary degree recipients

Social Sciences - Career - 28.03.2024
The freedom to be who you are
The freedom to be who you are

Earth Sciences - Career - 19.03.2024
Oil rig worker turned Earth Sciences prof launches scholarships for students in need
Oil rig worker turned Earth Sciences prof launches scholarships for students in need

Career - Economics - 18.03.2024
Keeping in touch: Why businesses are cultivating relationships with former employees

Health - Career - 11.03.2024
Taking a load off health-care workers
Taking a load off health-care workers
Engineering Research Researchers develop mobility tech to make it easier for overburdened hospital staff to do their jobs With health-care systems under increasing strain, University of Waterloo engineers are developing ways to literally lighten the load for overburdened hospital workers.

Campus - Career - 07.03.2024
Inspire inclusion
Inspire inclusion

Campus - Career - 20.02.2024
Researcher receives 2024 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship

Career - Innovation - 13.02.2024
Innovating through technology, business and design

Career - 06.02.2024
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
A recent report from Ivey Business School's Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management introduces distinct strategies for achieving gender parity in the workplace, tailored to the predominant gender makeup of different industries.

Innovation - Career - 06.02.2024
Applying innovative programming to those at different career stages

Social Sciences - Career - 01.02.2024
'How do we build community?' Western prof studies sites of social connection
’How do we build community?’ Western prof studies sites of social connection
You're out of work - retired, unemployed or between gigs - and need to get out of your home. Where do you go for connection? Western health sciences professor Debbie Laliberte Rudman is finding out.

Career - History / Archeology - 24.01.2024
'Sweet smell of gum': Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company
’Sweet smell of gum’: Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company

Health - Career - 18.01.2024
Researcher recognized for promising osteoarthritis research

Health - Career - 12.01.2024
PatientCompanion is a tech-solution to support nurses

Career - Campus - 12.12.2023
How UBC is preparing students for their future careers
How UBC is preparing students for their future careers

Career - Campus - 08.12.2023
New Vice-President, University Relations appointed

Social Sciences - Career - 30.11.2023
Empowering growth for Waterloo staff

Career - Economics - 27.11.2023
WatSPEED secures $3.1M in funding to offer high-demand skills training for Canadian workers

Career - Economics - 22.11.2023
Leaders can break down ’benevolent marginalization’
Study shows how leaders can break down "benevolent marginalization" Western professor co-authors paper on how firms' EDI initiatives often affect disadvantaged groups negatively There has been signifi

Career - 20.11.2023
Driving toward the future

Career - 08.11.2023
Q and A with the Experts: Salary disclosure can benefit everyone

Campus - Career - 03.11.2023
Every gift counts

Career - Environment - 01.11.2023
Expert insight: Ensuring Alberta's oil and gas workers have jobs during the energy transition
Expert insight: Ensuring Alberta’s oil and gas workers have jobs during the energy transition
Retraining Alberta's oil and gas workers for the solar industry costs far less than you think. The results of our new study clearly show that a rapid transition to sustainable energy production is feasible , as costs of retraining oil and gas workers are far from prohibitive.

Economics - Career - 27.10.2023
How to navigate the early-stage startup founder path

Campus - Career - 06.10.2023
Attracting Latin American students to UdeM

Career - Campus - 25.09.2023
Celebrating 10 years of Hack the North

Career - 22.09.2023
Transforming the employer-employee relationship
Quebec's labour shortage is affecting compensation, bargaining strategies and union membership itself, according to Patrice Jalette, industrial relations professor at UdeM.

Pharmacology - Career - 19.09.2023
Fire evacuations, flood warnings and tornado watches - a co-op work term like no other
Waterloo Pharmacy students show resilience in the face of emergency By Milana Madzarac Faculty of Science When Melinda Bai (PharmD '24) and Shirley Ma (PharmD '24) signed up to complete their co-op wo

Career - Social Sciences - 14.09.2023
Western-led research aims to prevent workplace violence and harassment

Career - 01.09.2023
Wesley Graham hired me when I could not find a job anywhere else

Campus - Career - 01.09.2023
Embracing change

Career - 06.07.2023
Creating two-way learning opportunities for students and employers
WIL experts lead discussions on bi-directional and co-generational learning opportunities at the 2023 WACE conference By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations From Gen Z to baby boomers, workspaces in Canada now span across four generations.

Career - 04.07.2023
Four key takeaways for driving startup growth

Career - 30.06.2023
Finding purpose in uncertain times

Career - Innovation - 18.05.2023
Why Gen Z could be the answer to your workforce woes
May 18, 2023 The answer to current labour shortages is bringing in tech-savvy Gen Z workers, right now.

Career - Campus - 18.05.2023
Western Research launches new mentorship network, co-designed by researchers
Western Research launches new mentorship network, co-designed by researchers

Innovation - Career - 15.05.2023
Waterloo startup Alchemy finds success and support
May 15, 2023 ExoShield coating uses nanotechnology to create market-changing windshield protection By Suzanne Bowness Faculty of Engineering It's that moment that every entrepreneur dreams of the real

Economics - Career - 09.05.2023
Commercializing her doctoral research

Career - 01.05.2023
When employees leave their jobs, coworkers call it quits: UBC study
When employees leave their jobs, coworkers call it quits: UBC study
People leave jobs all the time, whether they're laid off, fired, or just quit. But how do their departures affect coworkers left behind? According to a new study from the UBC Sauder School of Business, those exits can lead many others to call it quits.

Career - Economics - 27.04.2023
University of Toronto hosts Palette Skills as they build a national ecosystem for upskilling
Building on a shared commitment to developing a workforce that meets the needs of a changing Canadian economy, the University of Toronto is the host institution for  Palette Skills , a national not-f

Career - 21.03.2023
'An amazing experience': University of Toronto Engineering students explore careers through PEY Co-op program
’An amazing experience’: University of Toronto Engineering students explore careers through PEY Co-op program

Career - Campus - 17.03.2023
Sexologist Jessica O'Reilly says University of Toronto program launched her career
Sexologist Jessica O’Reilly says University of Toronto program launched her career

Career - Campus - 07.03.2023
SFU helps British Columbia retain French-language teachers
SFU helps British Columbia retain French-language teachers

Economics - Career - 06.03.2023
University of Toronto startup Genecis scales up effort to commercialize 'the holy grail of plastic replacement'
University of Toronto startup Genecis scales up effort to commercialize ’the holy grail of plastic replacement’

Health - Career - 09.02.2023
Startup brings blockchain to Ukrainian refugees, lands US$2.4 million in funding
Startup brings blockchain to Ukrainian refugees, lands US$2.4 million in funding
For many, blockchain is best known as the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies. But  startup company TransCrypts  is using it to give people more control over their personal information - including refugees who fled Ukraine.
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