University of Calgary

February 16, 2011

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Down under in Adelaide, Australia
U of C architecture students are in Adelaide for the first time learning about sustainable architecture and urban design.

What did Kielburger say to students?
At his talk to students yesterday, child rights advocate Craig Kielburger believes everything we learn in university can be shared with the world. View Slideshow

Global energy firm, prominent author ‘coming to dinner’ for students
A U of C student club has secured major support for its annual networking dinner from Total E&P Canada.

Living in residence
Residence is more than just about the convenience of being right on campus. It’s about building strong student connections.

Green Scene

More green for buildings
Facilities Management and Development is screening 35 buildings on campus to see how to further reduce their energy consumption.


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Fort McMurray Today
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> Lecture: Near-earth Space and Canada’s Arctic
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 17
> Book reading: The Closing of the Muslim Mind by Robert Reilly
> Hal Kvisle Academic Lecture Series: Canada’s World Is About to Get Bigger: The G20, Security and Global Governance
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 18
> Fridays with the Faculty: Efficient Negotiating with Jenny Krahn and Loren Falkenberg
> Lecture: Applications of a Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm to Data-Modeling Problems in Astrophysics
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 19
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 20
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 22
> Language Research Centre: Counselling Service for Parents of Bilingual Children launch
> Science Café: Science Fiction to Science Fact

Feb. 23
> Reflections on the Paranormal and its Place in the Contemporary University
> Movies that Matter Documentary Series: Into Eternity
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 24
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 25
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 26
> Theatre: King Lear

Feb. 28
> Calgary History of Medicine Society Event

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