University of Calgary

September 30, 2009

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Sensor pioneer to lead world-class lab
New iCORE chair Orly Yadid-Pecht joins the Schulich School of Engineering to build research team into sensor applications.

There's still time to act NOW
With His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama due to touch down in the city later today, Calgarians still have a chance to demonstrate that his historic visit will have a profound and lasting impact.

PhD student wins awards for nerve research
Medical student wins an NSERC research achievement award and a $10,000 Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship.

Faces of Philanthropy

Vermilion Energy creates law scholarship
Graduate scholarship in natural resources and environmental law created in memory of Charles Berard.

Campus Connection

Imagine Creative on the move
New people, new services, one location.



> Movies That Matter: New World Order
> Big Rock Lecture Series: The Pain in my Knee is a Pain in the Butt. Tix limited.
> The Resource Fair scheduled for today has been cancelled.

Oct. 1
> Dashed Dreams, New Realities: Calgarians talk about impact of economic downturn
> Canada and International Human Rights: Still a Leader?
> The Honduran Coup: Stephen Randall on what happened and why
> Discovery Series: An Adventure in Sound

Oct. 2
> Evolving the Learning Commons: Challenges and Strategies for Academic Engagement

Oct. 3
> 2009 Parhad Summer Studentship Symposium

Oct. 5
> Responsible Citizenship: A talk by Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico

For a look at upcoming events, go to