University of Calgary

June 28, 2013


Mark your calendar: Barbecue goes ahead Tuesday; donations encouraged
Free lunch, entertainment at Taylor Quadrangle 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


What made Arctic climate change 280 million years ago?
Geoscience team heads to Ellesmere Island for climate change research.

Schulich prof on high-profile U.S. panel probing bitumen transportation
Frank Cheng part of investigation into oil sands crude’s corrosive qualities.


Shad Valley students placed in alternate programs
University unable to host due to on-campus flood relief.

Ted Morton appointed to Council of Canadian Academies
Advisory role as Board of Governors member.

Ian Brodie named as new research director for School of Public Policy
Brings wealth of experience in politics, business, academy.

Campus Connection

How would you improve transportation in the Northwest hub?
City seeks suggestions for university's future.


June 27/Calgary Herald
Helping strangers in flood-ravaged Calgary: ‘Everyone’s in the mud together’
Lori Sande, Student

June 27/Calgary Herald
Former Dino Edem thrown right into the fire, starting for Alouettes
Mike Edem, Alumni

June 27/Globe and Mail
Emotional affair when heated rivals Lions and Stamps clash in Week One
Dan Federkeil, Alumni

Globe and Mail/June 26
Medical research funding overhauled to reward long-term thinking

Hamilton Spectator/June 25
Scientists closer to solving migraine mystery
Werner Becker, Faculty of Medicine

In Memoriam

Nicholas Jehan, Schulich School of Engineering
Service set for Saturday.

Mary Fisk, Student and Enrolment Services
Service set for Saturday.