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Leslie Reid is the associate dean of teaching and learning in the Faculty of Science. She received a 2015 U Make a Difference Award in the category of collaboration and communication. Nominations for this year's U Make a Difference Awards will be accepted until Feb. 26. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Leslie Reid is the associate dean of teaching and learning in the Faculty of Science. She received a 2015 U Make a Difference Award in the category of collaboration and communication. Nominations for this year's U Make a Difference Awards will be accepted until Feb. 26. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Past U Make a Difference Award winner: 'Great work is happening all over campus' Faculty of Science's Leslie Reid encourages members of campus community to nominate their colleagues
Rethinking Canada's international strategy Public event brings international experts to campus Feb. 10 to discuss new directions for global engagement
O'Brien Institute co-hosts forum on 'serious challenges' to health-care sustainability Leading thinkers from Canada and U.S. join timely dialogue; event to be live-streamed Monday morning
Lessons in fitness start young. Very young Kinesiology students teach daycare kids how to be active
University community and public invited to help shape future of main campus Land use, open spaces, bike systems and parking: Feb. 8 and 9 open houses an opportunity to share your feedback
Hotchkiss Institute director to co-lead cancer stem cell Dream Team Samuel Weiss named to pan-Canadian team of researchers fighting brain cancer in children and adults

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Stephen Herrero, a professor emeritus at the University of Calgary is the lead North American researcher on a new study on how human behaviour can trigger large carnivore attacks in developed countries. Photos courtesy Vincenzo Penteriani, Spanish Council for Scientific Research

Stephen Herrero, a professor emeritus at the University of Calgary is the lead North American researcher on a new study on how human behaviour can trigger large carnivore attacks in developed countries. Photos courtesy of Vincenzo Penteriani, Spanish Council for Scientific Research

New study says half of bear attacks are result of inappropriate human behaviour Stephen Herrero, EVDS professor emeritus, is study's lead North American researcher
Haskayne prof.'s search engine technology among world's most innovative research tools Piers Steel's metaBus named one of 30 Innovations That Inspire by global business school accreditation body
Studies on compassion show gap between care and patient experience Nursing researcher Shane Sinclair reviews health-care literature from last 25 years and explores compassion from patients' perspectives
Leading space research draws new Canadian Space Agency funding Research at Schulich and Science, into how aurora borealis interferes with GPS signals, among four university projects awarded
Postdoctoral scholar goes to prison to study religious radicalization Ryan Williams' studies on prisoners convicted of terrorism open new perspectives on security, marginalization and society
Geophysical research group advances seismic imaging science Consortium receives NSERC grant for work using seismic measurements to create maps of detailed geological structures

U in the News

Feb. 5 2016
CBC News video Airline emergencies: Are you prepared? Jan Davies, Cumming School of Medicine
Feb. 4 2016
Toronto Sun Two-time Olympic speedskater Jessica Gregg... Jessica Gregg, Alumna
Feb. 4 2016
CTV Calgary video Canada’s Olympians remain focused on Rio through... Jasmine Mian, Erica Wiebe, Dinos; Bonnie Meatherall, Cumming School of Medicine
Feb. 4 2016
Globe and Mail Canadian astronomers set to probe cosmos with X-... Luigi Gallo, Alumnus
Feb. 3 2016
Metro Calgary Calgary university students write in support of... Zac Wierzbicki, Werklund School of Education
Feb. 4 2016
Maclean's University professors who are at the heads of the... Ken MacMillan, Faculty of Arts
Feb. 3 2016
CBC News Teens, cancer and sexuality focus of new study by... ancy Moules, Faculty of Nursing
Feb. 3 2016
CBC News Nenshi joins Canadian mayors slamming Return of... Rebecca Sullivan, Faculty of Arts
Feb. 3 2016
Edmonton Journal Many carnivore attacks triggered by people's... Stephen Herrero, Faculty of Environmental Design
Feb. 4 2016
Globe and Mail Canadian ‘dream team’ to probe stem-cell link to... Sam Weiss, Cumming School of Medicine

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Werklund researcher gives public talk on weight bias Shelly Russell-Mayhew to speak about body image in annual Werklund Distinguished Research Lecture Jan. 28
Everything you wanted to know about parasites Students in Host-Parasite Interactions group take over Telus Spark for an adults-only night Thursday
Dec. 4 campus event brings attention to violence against indigenous women University of Calgary recognizes National Day of Remembrance and Action
Free public science event explores unexpected power of plants Biological sciences department hosts an afternoon of hands-on discovery and talk on opium poppy research