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Associate professor Tinu Ruparell, right, head of the new Department of Classics and Religion, and Professor Pascale Sicotte, head of the new Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, lead two new mergers within the Faculty of Arts. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Associate professor Tinu Ruparell, right, head of the new Department of Classics and Religion, and Professor Pascale Sicotte, head of the new Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, lead two new mergers within the Faculty of Arts. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Departments merge in Faculty of Arts Two new departments — Classics and Religion, and Anthropology and Archaeology — create new opportunities for students
Rap linguistics course 'cool' but challenging Rap heroes are poet laureates of the working class, says associate professor Darin Flynn
U Voices: It’s time to implement a tax on emissions Jennifer Winter, School of Public Policy, writing in the Calgary Herald
U Voices: In a sea of cheap imports, how can a high-end furniture store stay afloat? Peter Bowal, Haskayne School of Business, writing in the Globe and Mail
Grad student awarded inaugural Mitochondrial Disease PhD Scholarship MitoCanada launches scholarship to support student research
Four top scholars join prestigious Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Inductees Herman Barkema, Norm Campbell, Nicole Letourneau and Samuel Weiss recognized for their substantial contributions

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While in Calgary, Killam Visiting Scholar and world-renowned math educator John Mason will conduct seminars for undergraduate students, meet with graduate students and academic staff, hold a special presentation for students and academics across campus and deliver a public lecture Nov. 6.

While in Calgary, Killam Visiting Scholar and world-renowned math educator John Mason will conduct seminars for undergraduate students, meet with graduate students and academic staff, hold a special presentation for students and academics across campus and deliver a public lecture Nov. 6. 

Werklund welcomes Killam Visiting Scholar John Mason World-renowned math educator will share his expertise with students, academics and community
University of Calgary acts on breach of research integrity Peer review process, internal investigation lead to retraction of published research papers
National study finds fewer food allergies among new immigrants Findings help explain how environment may influence allergies' development
Four scholars receive prestigious T. Chen Fong Fellowship Fellowships in medical imaging science will support university’s key research priorities
Researchers unlock new mechanism in pain management Gerald Zamponi and his Hotchkiss Brain Institute team are working to turn their research into new painkilling treatments
Conservation adviser shares expertise with local collectors The university's David Daley uncovers a few surprises — good and bad — while preserving thousands of items

U in the News

Sep. 17 2014
CBC The Homestretch audio Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's liposarcoma... Don Morris, Cumming School of Medicine
Sep. 17 2014
Legal Feeds Firms give generously to Calgary law school Ian Holloway, Faculty of Law
Sep. 16 2014
Metro Calgary University of Calgary student leader hits field... Jarrett Henry, Students' Union; Ben Matchett, Dinos
Sep. 15 2014
Ottawa Citizen Search-rescue budget under microscope after... Rob Huebert, Faculty of Arts
Sep. 15 2014
Calgary Herald WestJet takes heat for charging $25 fee for first... Debi Andrus, Haskayne School of Business
Sep. 16 2014
Globe and Mail Report offers rare peek into Canadian gang life... Hieu Ngo, Faculty of Social Work
Sep. 13 2014
Maclean's Finding Franklin: How a 169-year-old mystery was... Rob Huebert, Faculty of Arts
Sep. 15 2014
Calgary Herald Prentice urged to reject request for tuition hikes Levi Nilson, Students' Union
Sep. 11 2014

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Students invited to attend Science and Engineering Career Fair It’s never too early to get a jump on finding a job
Killam Prize winner Sajeev John to speak on campus Sept. 24 Visiting theoretical physicist to speak at free public event on the practical applications of photonic band materials
Alberta Sepsis Network hosts education events to mark World Sepsis Day Raising awareness of the common, but serious disease called sepsis
Walrus Talks Philanthropy comes to Calgary University's Elizabeth Cannon, Sam Weiss join other leading Canadian thinkers at popular event