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Program links art to students, teachers and community
University of Regina | October 12, 2006
A collaboration of art, education and technology led by University of Regina educators will give students, teachers and the Saskatchewan community greater access to the art collections of two of the province’s major galleries....[continue]

$25 million commitment to U of A includes largest ever one-time gift to a Canadian pharmacy school
University of Alberta | October 6, 2006
The Katz Group-Rexall Centre for Pharmacy and Health Research to open in 2008...[continue]

Artists studying the art of teaching at York U
York University | August 29, 2006
Forty-two artists who present special arts education projects in Ontario schools have gone back to class themselves this week for a new program offered by York University and the Ontario Arts Council (OAC)....[continue]

Carnegie recognizes UW, St. Jerome's University for leadership in teaching and learning
University of Waterloo | August 4, 2006
The Carnegie Foundation has recognized the University of Waterloo's leadership in teaching and learning as well as St. Jerome's University's strong emphasis on the liberal arts, selecting both institutions to participate in the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) institutional leadership program....[continue]

Bilingual School of Public Affairs at York U
York University | June 26, 2006
Glendon College at York University will open Canada’s first bilingual School of Public Affairs, offering graduate students a high-level bilingual education that will prepare them for leadership roles in public life....[continue]

TWU graduates honoured
Trinity Western University | June 22, 2006
After spending the last four years reading thousands of pages, writing dozens of papers, and attending countless classes, over 500 Trinity Western University graduates crossed the stage, grabbed their degree and finalized their graduation this spring....[continue]

Giving the gift of securities
University of Toronto | June 2, 2006
Recent elimination of capital gains tax on gifts of securities makes gift planning more attractive...[continue]

St. Jerome's Receives Prestigious CASTL Recognition
St. Jerome's University | May 31, 2006
St. Jerome’s University, federated with the University of Waterloo, has been selected to participate in the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) Institutional Leadership Program....[continue]

UVic to Present Academic Medals at Convocation
University of Victoria | May 30, 2006
The University of Victoria will recognize its highest achieving students among the Class of 2006—in subjects from genetics to intellectual property law—during Spring Convocation ceremonies June 6-9....[continue]

Augustana Medallist Erin Thompson
Augustana University College | May 28, 2006
There is a Gordon Lightfoot song about living in the country in which the lyrics go ‘I like that country smile of the little girls and boys, they remind me of a child that I knew and a big harvest moon that shon’ by suppertime in the dusty afternoon.’...[continue]

Honorary Degree Recipients Named
University of King's College | May 12, 2006
The University of King's College will present honorary degrees to five outstanding citizens at its Encaenia (convocation) Ceremonies on Thursday May 18, 2006 at All Saint's Anglican Cathedral....[continue]

Trent University to Honour Accomplished Alumni at Distinguished Dinner on April 29
Trent University | April 28, 2006
Trent University and its Alumni Association will honour 21 of its most accomplished alumni at an historic by-invitation-only dinner in Robinson Hall, Gzowski College (Symons Campus) on Saturday, April 29, 2006....[continue]

The Other Home City
Augustana University College | April 27, 2006
Approximately three hundred people attended the Augustana Faculty first annual Spring Soiree on Wednesday evening....[continue]

York University launches The Accolade Project
York University | March 20, 2006
York University and the Faculty of Fine Arts officially launched The Accolade Project buildings with a ribbon-cutting ceremony today in The CIBC Lobby of the Accolade East building....[continue]

TWU announces its third university president today
Trinity Western University | March 17, 2006
Following a unanimous vote, the Trinity Western University Board of Governors is pleased to announce today the naming of Jonathan S. Raymond, PhD, as the third president of Trinity Western University, the Christian liberal arts university in Langley B.C....[continue]

International Education and Opportunity Focus of Week
University of Guelph | November 11, 2005
Students at the University of Guelph will have a chance to learn about the benefits of studying in other countries during International Education Week, Nov. 14 to 18....[continue]

Creating Space for Art
Concordia University | October 11, 2005
Catherine Wild, Dean of Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Don McLean, Dean of the Schulich School of Music of McGill University will host a special symposium Creating Space for Art, an exciting addition to arts education and research in Canada...[continue]

Donation to Humanities Supports Scottish Studies
University of Victoria | September 20, 2005
It’s been said that the Scots invented the modern world, and that many of our values—cultural, political and social—stem from an enlightened Scottish world view....[continue]

Carleton University Not Proceeding With Performing Arts Centre
Carleton University | September 8, 2005
Carleton University has decided not to proceed with the development of a performing arts facility....[continue]

They're back!
Athabasca University | September 6, 2005
Labour Day Monday started out cool and crisp, but the sun couldn't have been brighter and the sky couldn't have been bluer as cars began to line Augustana's front drive....[continue]

Lambton College/University of Windsor to offer cutting-edge degree program
University of Windsor | January 30, 2005
Today’s successful university graduate offers employers both practical and classroom knowledge....[continue]

Is art good for a city's bottom line?
University of Toronto | January 24, 2005
Urban researchers to study social traits that contribute to economic prosperity, institutional innovation...[continue]



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