Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Study Magazine Weekend Recap: 5 Stories in Education

Welcome to this week’s “Weekend Recap,” a series in which we keep you up to date with the best stories on Study Magazine.

Here are the 5 top stories from last week:

Harris Institute Grad’s Work Hailed As a Landmark of The Decade
Andrew Harris’ work in an eye-catching Dove ad has been hailed as some of the best of the digital decade. See who else made the list.

University of Windsor Will Offer First-of-its-kind “iDesign Studio” and “iFactory”
The U of Windsor recently received $398,811 from The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to equip their Design Studio and Transformable Manufacturing System. Read how it will help students.

McGill University Gets $1-Million Grant to Fight Parasitic Diseases
The University’s scientist Dr. Timothy Geary will use the $1-million in funding to fight parasitic diseases. Read more about his research into an affliction that affects over a billion people worldwide.

Chevrolet Canada and McMaster Seek Canada’s Next Mad Men
McMaster University and Chevrolet Canada are holding a competition to find the country’s best young minds in advertising. Read more about what contestants have to do.

OSAP: There’s an App for that. But Should There Be?
The Provincial Government says it wants OSAP to be more accessible, but some feel their efforts are disconnected. Read about their new mobile app here.

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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