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Phil Robertson and Sebastian Sztabyzb, of Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters, got their start at the Schulich School of Engineering. Photo by Richard Cairns

Phil Robertson and Sebastian Sztabyzb, of Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters, got their start at the Schulich School of Engineering. Photo by Richard Cairns

Why they give: Former scholarship recipients pay it forward Five UCalgary alumni talk about the ripple effect of positive change made possible by the generosity of others
'Each of you can be the next to chart a course for innovation and discovery in Canada' University of Calgary plays host to 55th Annual Calgary Youth Science Fair
With so many ways to connect with IT, which one will you choose? New UCalgary online system is just one way you can get the IT help you need
University of Calgary's first-ever Giving Day April 27-29 We'll be working non-stop to create 50 scholarships in 50 hours. Learn more and get involved
Who are the people behind student scholarships? Donors give for many reasons; all offer big benefits to community
Giving Day is an opportunity to make a difference in students' lives Scholarships allow students to fully engage with their studies, their campus, and their community

Research

Associate Vice-President (Research) Anne Katzenberg welcomes UCalgary faculty and postdocs to the NRN Launch, Lunch, and Link held on March 3.

Associate Vice-President (Research) Anne Katzenberg welcomes UCalgary faculty and postdocs to the NRN Launch, Lunch, and Link held on March 3. 

Scholars reach across disciplines to study the newcomer experience Members of Newcomer Research Network inspired to make a difference for both personal and professional reasons
Brain Canada funds innovative Alberta-wide research into Alzheimer's Leading researchers use advanced imaging techniques to study diagnostic biomarkers for dementia
Fossil groundwater vulnerable to modern contamination, University of Calgary geologist finds Study led by Scott Jasechko shows that over half of global groundwater is more than 12,000 years old
Conference highlights learning cultures, significant networks and the impact of meaningful conversations Katarina Mårtensson from Lund University shares thoughts on the impact of academic microcultures and support for teaching and learning
Working with your competitors: Where Canadian energy companies succeed and fail at open innovation New study from Haskayne School of Business examines 20 years of 'open innovation' in energy industry
Which patients face highest risk for ending up in emergency rooms? Master’s student Colin Weaver uses health data in hopes of heading off unnecessary hospital visits

U in the News

Apr. 26 2017
Global Calgary Corporate Canada concerned Donald Trump’s tax... Jack Mintz, School of Public Policy
Apr. 26 2017
TheStar.com Patients become activists after living hospital... Grant Innes, Cumming School of Medicine
Apr. 26 2017
Globe and Mail Prolonged rest actually harmful for those... Willem Meeuwisse, Faculty of Kinesiology
Apr. 25 2017
Calgary Herald Study suggests ancient underground water sources... Scott Jasechko, Faculty of Arts
Apr. 25 2017
Regina Leader-Post March broke record for distracted driving tickets Jeff Caird, Faculty of Arts
Apr. 25 2017
Wall Street Journal The tax cut Elizabeth Warren should love Ken McKenzie and Ergete Ferede, School of Public Policy
Apr. 25 2017
Calgary Herald U of C has widest gender pay gap among Canadian... Provost Dru Marshall
Apr. 24 2017
Calgary Herald Lexin claims oil and gas law violates charter... Martin Olszynski, Faculty of Law
Apr. 24 2017
Canadian Geographic Canadian Space Agency announces final 17... Michelle Whitty, Cumming School of Medicine
Apr. 22 2017
Calgary Herald Do you have what it takes to go to space? Chancellor Robert Thirsk

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Campus Connection

Grad Success Week helps graduate students enhance research, writing skills Three-day development event May 2-4 features keynote on building connections by Werklund prof Michele Jacobsen
East Africa Symposium to share research, development, perspectives on initiatives in the region Campus community invited to learn more about UCalgary’s commitment to international development April 26
New workshop helps graduating international students explore career options What To Do After You Graduate covers career planning, goal setting, reverse culture shock, immigration status
Five reasons to join the annual Campus Cleanup and Barbecue Take part in a University of Calgary springtime tradition April 21