The president of a Canadian university on Wednesday condemned the "conference" on the Holocaust held in Iran this week -- amid shock at his institution and elsewhere in Canada at the news that one of his professors had presented a paper there.
U.S. denies Canadian physicist entry, saying he committed a crime in Canada. Canada says that's false, but does that matter?
A research project is on hold and a speech canceled as an Iraqi professor's attempts to come to North America are stymied.
As the only North American member of the Teacher Training Network for Iraq, U. of Alberta hosts Iraqi professors.
Researchers consider issues specific to foreign-born faculty and ways to help them adjust.
Is watching someone help others take their own lives the same as helping them yourself -- or is it a legitimate role for a researcher? If such observing is banned, what other research is at risk?
To facilitate more interactive teaching, one college considers a different type of classroom. The barriers to building it are instructive of sometimes conflicting trends in college planning.
Changes in immigration policies seek to attract and retain more foreign students, who are increasingly a hot commodity the world over.
In effort to fill empty seats, some community colleges in northern border states offer in-state tuition to Canadian residents.
Study finds that increased grant aid in Quebec improved students' college going and persistence, but did not raise graduation rates.
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