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The team at Hotel Alma collectively has over 180 years of hospitality and tourism experience. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

The team at Hotel Alma collectively has over 180 years of hospitality and tourism experience.

Hotel Alma turns five Canada’s only on-campus boutique hotel hosts students, visiting academics, athletes and tourists
A richer classroom experience can open door to improved math learning Killam Visiting Scholar John Mason to give presentation on teaching and learning math Nov. 6
Killam Scholars and award winners celebrated at annual reception Students and faculty recognized for their outstanding research and leadership
View partial solar eclipse at pop-up observatory on campus Rothney Astrophysical Observatory to bring tips and tools to viewing event Thursday
Women's rugby freshman Elysa Sandron named Canada West rookie of the year Speed and kicking ability help propel Dinos to first place in league play
Alicia Frisch named conference MVP as Dinos wrap up field hockey year Powerhouse plays 560 minutes of the season, records 4.00 goals-against average

Research

University moves up to sixth position in top 50 research ranking Ranking measures financial input, research output and impacts
Appointment launches new era in energy research at University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering’s Steven Bryant to lead campus team of researchers exploring nanoscience solutions
Human Performance Lab gives marathoners a leg up Shoes worn by world record-holder Dennis Kimetto were developed in partnership with university lab
Examining liability limits in cases of nuclear catastrophe Faculty of Law PhD student Astrid Kalkbrenner asks: Who pays for a disaster?
University of Calgary research leads to brain cancer clinical trial Discovery could prolong the life of people living with glioblastoma
Markin USRP summer research tackles big issues From knee injuries to gut flora, undergraduates get real-world research experience

U in the News

Oct. 15 2014
Scientific American Can viruses treat cancer? Douglas Mahoney, Cumming School of Medicine
Oct. 18 2014
Winnipeg Free Press The most interesting man in the game Robert-Falcon Ouellette, Alumnus
Oct. 20 2014
CBC News video Negative online reviews can lead to threats of... Tom Keenan, Faculty of Environmental Design
Oct. 17 2014
CBC Calgary Eyeopener audio Oil prices and the Alberta economy Robert Schulz, Haskayne School of Business
Oct. 17 2014
CBC Calgary Climbing meat prices could increase Alberta... Herb Emery, School of Public Policy
Oct. 19 2014
Metro Calgary University of Calgary outmatches rivals in... Ed McCauley, Vice-President (Research)
Oct. 16 2014
Technology for Doctors Online Doctors create app to help diagnose patients at... Rahul Mehta, Aravind Ganesh, Cumming School of Medicine
Oct. 16 2014
CTV News Researcher receives $20 million to study oil... Steven Bryant, Schulich School of Engineering
Oct. 15 2014
Vancouver Sun Denise Clarke dances to music, including Gershwin Denise Clarke, Alumna
Oct. 16 2014
Lethbridge Herald Women told to embrace ‘sisterhood’ to help each... Madeline Kalbach,Faculty of Arts

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Campus Connection

Exhibition of Maya textiles opens today in the Nickle Galleries Weaving together Maya clothing and campus experts to discuss history of textiles
Free WordFest events showcase great writers, breadth of subject matter Main and downtown campuses host festival starting Oct. 14
National Depression Screening Day to be held on Oct. 9 Calgary Counselling Centre offering a free, online and anonymous screening
Water expert to elucidate the science behind 2013 floods John Pomeroy lectures on the mountain hydrology of Alberta floods at free public event Oct. 6