The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a massive impact on Canada’s job market. Work Your Career authors Loleen Berdahl and Jonathan Malloy share an excerpt from their book that can help students who might be worried about their future job prospects.
November 26, 2020
With fall now in full swing, we thought we’d share an excerpt from . So grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and learn why this drink become such a seasonal tradition for so many people.
October 7, 2020
In the final post of her blog series, Rae André outlines a climate change manifesto for university education that can equip students with the best possible knowledge for tackling climate change.
September 22, 2020
In the final part of her blog series, Sherrie L. Lyons discusses the fascinating world of slime molds, the unlikely superhero within the ecosystem.
September 15, 2020
Amy S. Kaufman discusses what we can expect from her book, The Devil’s Historians, and tells us how the project came about.
August 27, 2020
In the second part of her blog series, Sherrie Lyons looks at the current pandemic and explains why the majority of viruses and microbes are not only not harmful, they are essential to our health.
August 18, 2020
We reached out to Andrea Olive, author of The Canadian Environment in Political Context and asked her about the changes that have taken place in Canadian environmental politics since the release of the first edition back in 2015.
August 12, 2020
Acquisitions editors Jodi Lewchuk, Carli Hansen, and Meg Patterson wanted to send a message to those who would have been in attendance at ASA and share how you can contact them to discuss potential projects.
August 7, 2020
In a new three-part blog series, author Sherrie L. Lyons discusses her new book and delves into the history of cell theory. In part one, she examines the question: “What makes something alive?”
July 28, 2020
Laura Tubelle de González discusses the conversations that are now taking place in academia to support the Black Lives Matter movement.
July 23, 2020