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Ontario's Universities hosted a timely panel discussion at Queen’s Park on Oct. 30th, bringing together government, policymakers and stakeholders for solutions-driven discussions to discuss innovative solutions to hallway health care.
Educating for the Future 2018 recently brought together professionals in the postsecondary sector to share ideas on how universities and colleges can ensure Ontario’s students are getting the knowledge and skills they need to prepare for the future.
This month, around 90,000 first-year undergraduates are starting a new chapter of their life on an Ontario university campus. They are making a decision to invest in their future by going to university and by working hard to develop their knowledge and skills in a rapidly changing world.
Ontario universities share the Ontario government’s interest in protecting freedom of speech, and are committed to working with all stakeholders, including faculty, students, and the province, to provide opportunities for thoughtful debate and discussion on our campuses.
Partnerships demonstrate?knowledge exchange at its best: Municipalities will benefit more directly from the expertise and knowledge in their local universities, while universities will welcome the experiential learning opportunities for their students to get involved in city projects.
Ovarian cancer patients and breast cancer survivors are among the women whose lives could be transformed by research being carried out by this year’s recipients of the Women’s Health Scholars Awards.
Ontario’s universities congratulate the ministers sworn in today to the cabinet of Premier Doug Ford, and we look forward to working with the new government as partners in building a…
By David Lindsay Now that the lawn signs have been removed and the campaign buses put back in the depot, our attention will turn from the hustings to what the…
Two Ontario university researchers are being recognized for their research to improve the lives of young people with autism. Patrick Jachyra, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, and…