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More IMing, Less MySpace May Keep Internet Kids Safer: UBC Researcher
University of British Columbia | November 14, 2006
Teens who do a lot of instant messaging (IMing) may be safer from online predators than those who don’t, suggest the initial findings of a University of British Columbia study that looks at the impact of Internet use on adolescent well-being....[continue]

Understanding the Sexes through Psychology
St. Mary's University | November 7, 2006
The mental processes encompassing differences between the sexes have fuelled the research interests of soon to be Saint Mary’s graduate Melissa Gray, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia....[continue]

Cap and Gowns Abound: Mount Saint Vincent University Graduates More Than 450 at Fall Convocations
Mount Saint Vincent University | October 22, 2006
Mount Saint Vincent University will officially confer certificates, diplomas and degrees to more than 450 graduating students....[continue]

McGill and Montreal Matters: All about school
McGill University | October 3, 2006
Series to highlight education policy, preventing bullying and more...[continue]

Laurier welcomes Student Diversity Coordinator
Wilfrid Laurier University | September 19, 2006
Majorie Brown is the newest member of the Office of the Dean of Students joining us from the greater Toronto area to assume the new role at Laurier of Student Diversity Coordinator....[continue]

Religion and culture: TWU scholar awarded $500K Canadian Research Chair
Trinity Western University | September 8, 2006
The recent trend among scholars to take religion seriously is affirmed as Jens Zimmermann, PhD, associate professor of English at Trinity Western University, secures two significant grants for his study of interpretation, religion and culture—one from the government and one from the media....[continue]

New MBA meets needs of entrepreneur and NGO sector
Trinity Western University | September 5, 2006
On July 31, the Ministry of Advanced Education notified TWU of its official approval for the new Master of Business Administration program, setting the course for the program which begins August 2007....[continue]

First-year students need not relocate this fall
Trinity Western University | August 1, 2006
First Year Online is designed for students who plan to earn an accredited undergraduate degree but do not want to immediately move to an urban area after high school graduation....[continue]

TWU student represents Canada as Weed Science Award recipient
Trinity Western University | August 1, 2006
Kathleen Campbell, fourth year honours biology student from Trinity Western University, was recently awarded the $1,000 Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) Undergraduate Award for her research on a local weed called the golden crown-beard....[continue]

TWU costume designer wins Jessie
Trinity Western University | July 18, 2006
Before retro was hip, Richmond resident Nicole Bach was already vintage-clothes shopping and creating original outfits using her mom's sewing patterns from the sixties....[continue]

From Improv to Aerospace to Alumni
Trinity Western University | July 14, 2006
TWU names Dave Swan Director of Alumni...[continue]

Top addiction experts unlock recovery secrets
Trinity Western University | July 14, 2006
Free public symposium, July 23...[continue]

Programming a victory: computing science students win first place
Trinity Western University | July 12, 2006
For most people, computer programming is a foreign language, but for three Trinity Western University computing science students all it took was the right script....[continue]

Local theatre talent among best in Vancouver
Trinity Western University | June 19, 2006
Two Trinity Western University staff members will be crossing their fingers on June 19 at the Commodore Ballroom, where the Jessie Richardson awards will honour the best in Vancouver professional theatre....[continue]

Christmas in June: TWU plans to make Langley a must-see Yuletide destination
Trinity Western University | June 15, 2006
Christmas may still be another six months away, but major plans for a festive Langley are underway....[continue]

$700,000 Awarded to U of S for Humanities and Social Sciences Research
University of Saskatchewan | June 15, 2006
Eight new research projects at the University of Saskatchewan have been launched to study the economic well-being of immigrants to Canada, mentorship and development of nurses, historical causes of dust storms and wind erosion on the Great Plains, and much more....[continue]

Best future teacher award announced for TWU School of Education student
Trinity Western University | June 14, 2006
Bouncing on a large ball across the gym on the last leg of an obstacle course is no easy task on its own, but tape up the contender and pull a t-shirt over her head and it's downright daunting....[continue]

Enthusiastic students engaged with the sciences
Trinity Western University | June 5, 2006
After launching last year's "Science in the Valley," a successful, hands-on program that brings science to life for late elementary and middle school students, Trinity Western University's Eve Stringham, PhD and Craig Montgomery, PhD are at it again....[continue]

Accessing Ottawa: High School students get inside look at Canadian government
Trinity Western University | April 20, 2006
On April 23, twenty-one high school will head to Ottawa to get a behind the scenes look at Canada's capital, thanks to Trinity Western University....[continue]

Upgrade to University: Freshmen Academy Offers Ease of Transition
Trinity Western University | March 29, 2006
Taking the leap from high school to university can be so intimidating for some that they never further their education or career....[continue]

Trinity Western Choir and Orchestra Perform Requiem with SFU
Trinity Western University | March 27, 2006
The TWU Chamber Singers and Orchestra to perform March 31 and April 1 in the Lower Mainland....[continue]

Art Talk: Dwindling nature and our response
Trinity Western University | March 20, 2006
Artist, Margaretha Bootsma, addresses humanity's role in a natural world...[continue]

Turin's shrouded history
Trinity Western University | March 16, 2006
Turin, Italy's most recent fame may be due to the 2006 winter games, but its long-standing notoriety has derived, in part, from being home to one of the most scrutinized pieces of archaeology—the Shroud of Turin....[continue]

TWU Drama Presents: The Glass Menagerie
Trinity Western University | March 14, 2006
A classic drama from the American stage, The Glass Menagerie, will close the 2005-2006 main stage season for Trinity Western University Drama....[continue]

New program brings students to Ottawa
Trinity Western University | March 9, 2006
Low voter turn-out among Canada's young adults may be a concern, but that's all going to change if three university students have anything to say about it....[continue]

An evening of sacred music with the TWU Chamber and Concert Choirs
Trinity Western University | March 9, 2006
The public is invited to an evening of music with the TWU Chamber and Concert Choirs, Vancouver Brass Quintet, Conductor and Organist Ay-Laung Wang, and TWU alumni and Gospel Soloist Crystal Hicks....[continue]

First Year University now Available from Anywhere in Canada
Trinity Western University | February 28, 2006
Students in more rural regions of the country will soon be able to complete 27 first year university credits on-line thanks to a new program announced this week by Langley's Trinity Western University....[continue]

Art Talks artist expresses human redemption through media
Trinity Western University | February 16, 2006
Taking place on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in TWU's Northwest Auditorium, the public event is a partnership with The Verge Arts Series, an interdisciplinary, artistic venture....[continue]

Top grief expert offers free counselling workshop to the local public
Trinity Western University | January 26, 2006
How do we recover from such magnificent tragedy like the loss experienced by the survivors of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, the tsunami in Indonesia or the war in Iraq?...[continue]

Celebrate the research and performance of Indigenous dance
Trinity Western University | November 30, 2005
This winter, the public is invited to experience a new series of paintings by Fort Langley artist Doris Auxier....[continue]

TWU Drama presents Horton Foote's The Actor
Trinity Western University | November 23, 2005
Set in the middle of the Great Depression, The Actor tells the story of 15-year-old Horace, who wants to go to acting school....[continue]

Art Talk Nov. 23: Frames of Perception
Trinity Western University | November 17, 2005
TWU art professor Maggie Milne will be discussing visual politics in the late medieval English court....[continue]

Kitsilano crows and Vancouver commuters both stuck in "rush-hour"
Trinity Western University | October 24, 2005
Every night, when commuters fought rush-hour as they drove home to suburbia, thousands of crows would follow overhead and stop at Boundary road.Like any good artist, Northcott wondered, "why?"...[continue]

Human cloning: Biotechnology expert to speak at TWU
Trinity Western University | October 20, 2005
Since the cloning of Dolly the sheep in 1996, the "biotech century" has repeatedly pushed the ethical limits of science....[continue]

Study proves fatherhood can't be underrated
Trinity Western University | September 28, 2005
A study by Trinity Western University graduate student Michael Dadson is redeeming a contemporary paternal stigma....[continue]

Legion Addresses Veterans' Peacekeeping Trauma
University of Victoria | September 27, 2005
Canadian Forces veterans and service men and women suffering from the effects of post-traumatic stress and other mental health issues will soon have a new service to assist them....[continue]

The second annual Salmon River Trail Race
Trinity Western University | September 23, 2005
On Thursday, September 29, the public is invited to run or walk in the second annual Salmon River Trail Race...[continue]

Nipissing University launches $1.3 million service-learning program
Nipissing University | September 21, 2005
Nipissing University is launching a unique new $1.3 million program that will see the university partnering closely with community groups. The program, named Biidaaban, is part of a new wave in education known as community service-learning....[continue]

Bad art or genuine expression? New book explores kitsch art
Trinity Western University | September 14, 2005
Join the launch of Betty Spackman's new book, “A Profound Weakness: Christians and Kitsch on Thursday, September 15, at 8:00 p.m. in Alumni Hall....[continue]

Visionary Trinity Western University leader to complete presidential tenure
Trinity Western University | September 7, 2005
Chancellor of R. Neil Snider, Ph.D., has announced that in June 2006, after 32 years, he will complete his final term as President of Trinity Western University....[continue]



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