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Multiple-choice questions overrated: researcher

Multiple-choice questions overrated: researcher

Joe Engemann is teaching teachers how to better assess what their students have learned.

Professor uses plays to inspire social change

Professor uses plays to inspire social change

Joe Norris founded Mirror Theatre, a group that provokes discussion about social issues.

Earth Sciences professor digs in the dirt for clues to the past

Earth Sciences professor digs in the dirt for clues to the past

John Menzies’ research centres on the sediments left behind by ice sheets and glaciers.

Curbing youth violence through the power of games

Curbing youth violence through the power of games

On an average school day somewhere in El Salvador, the work of James Mandigo is in action.

Prostitutes in ancient Greece led lives of slavery and poverty, new book says

Prostitutes in ancient Greece led lives of slavery and poverty, new book says

Freedom was elusive for sex workers in ancient Greece, says Allison Glazebrook.

Companies stay on top when employees work together, researcher says

Companies stay on top when employees work together, researcher says

How do you stay cutting edge in a cut-throat economy? Keep your workplace harmonious, says Dirk De Clercq.

Research could help people exposed to radiation

Research could help people exposed to radiation

Jeffrey Atkinson has received a $33,000 U.S. grant from the Center for Medical Countermeasures against Radiation.

Global warming threatening icewine industry, researcher says

Global warming threatening icewine industry, researcher says

Tony Shaw is studying the impact of climate change on agriculture, including icewine.

Research empowers high school coaches to deal with doping issues

Research empowers high school coaches to deal with doping issues

Philip Sullivan aims to help coaches deal with athletes who are doping.

Professor studies dark tourism

Professor studies dark tourism

More tourists are paying to experience the dark side of life. Natalie Alvarez is exploring the phenomenon.

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