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Professor Gayla Rogers delivers the 2014 Lecture of a Lifetime.

Professor Gayla Rogers delivers the 2014 Lecture of a Lifetime. Photo by Jaekyun Im

2014 Lecture of a Lifetime inspires with lessons from the heart Gayla Rogers urges university and community members to get involved in something bigger than themselves
U Voices: Keystone delays an insult to Canada, but retaliation not an option Jack Mintz, School of Public Policy, writing in the Financial Post
Schulich associate dean elected to board of ASEE Marjan Eggermont will help American Society for Engineering Education promote engineering
How well do universities prepare grads for civic engagement? Graduate Studies hosts a Rising Leaders Forum discussion
University to host first Western Canada 3 Minute Thesis competition Students from Manitoba to B.C. distill years of research down to three minutes in judged contest
Dinos announce latest inductees to Hall of Fame 1988-89 women's basketball team, two Olympians among honorees

Research

Dr. Doug Zochodne has discovered a protein in nerve cells that can be manipulated in order to enhance cell growth following injury. Photo by Rebecca Rowley

Dr. Doug Zochodne has discovered a protein in nerve cells that can be manipulated in order to enhance cell growth following injury. Photo by Rebecca Rowley

Scientists discover a new way to enhance nerve growth following injury Exciting research could lead to better treatments for patients with nerve damage
Markin undergrad researching vitamin D and immune system Faculty of Science student Michael Tom works with faculty mentor to pursue health and wellness research
Researchers ask: How are immigrants connecting with Calgary? Werklund professors partner with Urban Alliance, City of Calgary
Winning Three Minute Thesis competitors advance to finals March 26 Graduate students impress and inform with pared down research presentations
Werklund student to examine Bill 44 at diversity symposium Alberta Human Rights Act requires schools give notice of controversial subject matter
Book provides multiple perspectives on childhood mental disorders Personal accounts from children, parents and service providers

U in the News

Apr. 22 2014
Qatar Tribune UCQ students give health tips to Ain Khalid... Christine MacDonald, University of Calgary – Qatar
Apr. 23 2014
TheSpec.com Timmis has eyes on a bigger prize Mercer Timmis, Dinos
Apr. 23 2014
Global Calgary video University students finding ways to cope,... David Johnston, Student and Enrolment Services; Debbie Bruckner, Wellness Centre; Victoria Hirsche, Student and Enrolment Services
Apr. 22 2014
Metro Calgary Tricky task of regenerating nerves made easier by... Doug Zochodne, Faculty of Medicine
Apr. 22 2014
Edmonton Journal Proposal would require firms to report any... Michal Moore, School of Public Policy
Apr. 22 2014
The Lawyers Weekly Controversial TWU covenant may be tested at... Alice Woolley, Faculty of Law
Apr. 22 2014
Chatelaine Five ways to reduce your risk of brain disease Marc Poulin, Faculties of Medicine, Kinesiology
Apr. 21 2014
CTV Calgary Researching Crohn's disease Gil Kaplan, Faculty of Medicine
Apr. 22 2014
Calgary Herald Despite his youth, Joshua Hunter lived a full... Josh Hunter, Haskayne School of Business
Apr. 22 2014
Calgary Herald Segura’s compassion, humour remembered fondly at... Jordan Segura, Faculty of Arts

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Campus Connection

University hosts work-life leadership roundtable April 24 Nora Spinks, CEO of the Vanier Institute of the Family to lead discussion
Distinguished speaker series to feature NYU's Steven Koonin Koonin uses big data to study cities in-depth and provide solutions to urban challenges
World-renowned German history expert to lecture on campus Display of historical documents from University of Calgary archives to accompany Frank Eyck Memorial Lecture
Symposium to explore how environmental design contributes to health 'makeCalgary: Healthy' event Friday features debate on future of urban planning