University of Calgary

June 8/07


Young children in a village in Ghana are seeing how solar lighting projects can aid in conservation efforts, such as protecting leopards, hippos and other wildlife.
Photo by Grady Semmens
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BRIGHT FUTURE FOR GHANA
LUTW a tool for ecological conservation

ENGAGING LEARNERS
Teaching and Learning Fund projects support student success

THEIR DAY HAS COME
Graduates embrance their future at convocation

SPEED DEMONS
Formula One design team itching to compete

U of C communicators recognized for excellence by CCAE judges

U of C sees boost in NSERC funding

Weak hips root cause of runnig injuries: study

Engaging learners
Teaching and Learning Fund supports 26 new projects

Kinesiology establishes task force on obesity

Breaking language barriers for doctors
Program helps fast-track international physicians

Building international links
Business group briefed on residence progress

Conference shines light on solar homes

Staging terrorism
MFA student researches role of documentary theatre

New crop of top students awarded Schulich scholarships

U of C nursing programs first to be accredited

Q&A with Dr. Kevin McQuillan, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

Partnership connects communications students in India

Magnetic force
U of C alum to lead national theatre festival

Q&A with Dr. Tim Goddard, Vice-provost (International)

New awards offered to international students

Campus Fair goes global on mainstge

Readership survey winner chosen

Life-long learner funds social work scholarship

Chili lunch: fun, free tradition

Alberta Global Forum welcome inaugural board

A place of their own
Bio Science grad lounge built in memory of student

Fesitval fills the summer with sounds of music

DEPARTMENTS:

Take Two

To the Point

Learning Curves
Dry no more: Science profs prove even large classes can be fun

Your Alumni
Chief usher has best volunteer role in Calgary

Making News

Classified

Events: June 8 - 30