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Young hawk defies odds in Sidney, B.C.

Published: 27Jul2017

"This guy thinks he is a bald eagle and I think that is what helped him survive," said David Bird, an emeritus professor of wildlife biology at McGill University who now lives in Sidney....

Recently released Gestion fondée sur les indicateurs de suivi Clinique (GFISC) synthesis report

Published: 1Jun2016

This GFISC report presents data at the provincial level up to March 31, 2014 for all the project indicators developed. The GFISC project consists of a knowledge mobilization initiative that helps...

Report released concerning a review of obstacles facing the implementation of Jordan's Principle

Published: 1Jun2016

This research report, launched in early 2015, speaks on obstacles to access equal health and social services for First Nation children with complex needs living in Pinaymootang First Nation. The...

Adriel John (AJ) Orena, a doctoral student, wins the Raymond H. Stetson Scholarship in Phonetics and Speech Science

Published: 27Jul2017

Adriel John (AJ) Orena, doctoral student in the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, wins the Raymond H. Stetson Scholarship in Phonetics and Speech Science...

PhD Candidate Fei Shu has published a paper in Aslib Journal of Information Management regarding China's cash-per-publication policy

Published: 26Jul2017

W., Chen, B-C., & Shu, F (accepted). Publish or impoverish: An investigation of the monetary reward system of science in China (1999-2016). Aslib Journal of Information Management. 69(4)...

Supreme Court: National Energy Board needs to consult with Indigenous peoples over energy projects

Published: 26Jul2017

“The Supreme Court of Canada has quashed plans for seismic testing in Nunavut, delivering a major victory to Inuit who argued they were inadequately consulted before the National Energy Board gave...

Jacob Levy on ‘The Sovereign Myth’

Published: 26Jul2017

What explains the populist moment in politics? A common explanation is that “people are frustrated that they’ve lost democratic control of their lives and their economies.” This would seem to...

From influential to bossy, why perceived gender affects workplace authority

Published: 26Jul2017

A study partly authored by Desautels professor Laura Doering explores the broader issue of gender and jobs. The authors studied microfinance loan managers as a profession that hasn’t yet become...

How interviewing CEOs informed Adam Bryant’s views on leadership

Published: 26Jul2017

According to a Financial Post article by Desautels professor Karl Moore and BCom undergrad Sara Avramovic, New York Times journalist Adam Bryant has spent the past eight years interviewing some of...

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