dr Charles Ligan to the rank of CAMES Teacher

Views: 1 dr Charles Ligan, Lecturer at CAMES The results of the 44th meeting of the Inter-African Consultative Committee (ICC) of the African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES) were published on Friday 29 July 2022. Among the promoted teachers is Dr. Charles Ligan, now Associate Professor CAMES in the specialty African Descriptive Linguistics … Read more

Summer time in Loir-et-Cher: a summer time college and candy phrases from Peltier

While the majority of French people are enjoying their summer holidays under the sun, some from the Côte d’Azur, the former Loir-et-Cher MP, ex-LR, embellishes this sunny bracket by speaking out squarely against a MP from the Côte d’Azur d’Azur. Beach vibe, shellfish… with shellfish claws ready to squeeze, no doubt to set the tone … Read more

Forestry mourns Luc Bouthillier

The Faculty of Forestry, Geography and Geomatics (FFGG) at Université Laval and the forestry community mourn the loss of Professor Luc Bouthillier. Professor Bouthillier died on the night of July 13-14. He was employed at the Université Laval for more than 40 years and dedicated his career to teaching and research. “Luc was a teacher … Read more

The College of the Third Age prepares for its return

The University of the Third Age, Victoriaville Branch and Region presents its Fall 2022 program of activities with a thirst for knowledge. Remember that no education or skills are required to enroll, and the courses and conferences do not include work or exams. Curiosity, the desire to know and understand are the main motivations of … Read more

Important assist for academic innovation and motion analysis within the Caribbean

The Agence universitaire de la Francophonie in the Caribbean has selected six training and research projects thanks to three calls published in the first half of 2022: Innovative Diploma Training (FDI), Short Professional Training (FCP) and Research-share (AR ). These projects, which will be evaluated by the academic members of the Caribbean’s Regional Commission of … Read more

Yale College: Russia’s economic system crushed by sanctions

According to a study by Yale University, Western sanctions against Russia and the departure of many companies are “paralyzing” the Russian economy “in the short and long term”. In fact, economic sanctions discourage many companies from continuing operations in Russia when they account for “about 40% of GDP.” Despite budgetary and monetary interventions by the … Read more

Report burdened vegetation – Fauna and Flora Information

A University of Missouri plant scientist has discovered a new way to measure stress in plants, which occurs at a time when extreme weather events cause plants to experience multiple stressors such as heat, drought and flooding. The discovery involves a once-malicious conglomeration of molecules called reactive oxygen species (ROS), produced by anything that uses … Read more

The College of Montreal will award honorary doctorates to 5 people

Photo credit: University of Montreal UdeM will take advantage of the graduation ceremonies, which will take place during the week of August 21st, to present five personalities with the highest university honor. In line with university tradition, the Université de Montréal will honor five personalities from the health and social services, education and management and … Read more

A promising innovation developed on the UQTR

A lecturer at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Dan Belosinschi, has developed a very promising innovation that could revolutionize lithium batteries. He has developed a component based on wood fibers that is intended to make batteries safer and less polluting. A patent application will even be prepared for this new technology in the … Read more