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Lorne Trottier: The gift of passion for stars and sky
McGill University | November 15, 2006
High-tech entrepreneur increases support of science, engineering at McGill...[continue]

UW student represents Canada at global youth forum on information and communications
University of Waterloo | November 15, 2006
The federal government has selected University of Waterloo student Rebecca Baxter to represent Canada at the youth forum of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) conference to be held Dec. 3-8 in Hong Kong, China....[continue]

'Storytelling' African Radio Director to Visit U of G
University of Guelph | November 14, 2006
The program director of the African Radio Drama Association (ARDA), which uses soap-opera-like drama as an educational tool in rural areas, will visit the University of Guelph Nov. 17....[continue]

A new theory of how much kidney function is enough
Memorial University of Newfoundland | November 10, 2006
An article published today (Nov. 11) in the December issue of the journal Nuclear Medicine Communications proposes a new theory of the need for kidney function....[continue]

Young faculty receive provincial awards to build research teams
University of Waterloo | November 8, 2006
Fourteen young faculty members at the University of Waterloo have received Ontario's early researcher awards aimed at helping them build their research teams....[continue]

The faculty of science signs second sequential degree agreement with Chinese university
Wilfrid Laurier University | November 6, 2006
The Faculty of Science at Wilfrid Laurier University continues to forge new links with top Chinese universities. On September 19, 2006, the Faculty of Science signed its second Sequential Degree in just over 5 months with another top Engineering school in China: Jiangsu University in Zhenjjiang, Jiangsu Province....[continue]

Brandon University holds official opening of Convergys Learning Centre
Brandon University | October 27, 2006
On Thursday, October 26, Brandon University held an official opening for the Convergys Learning Centre, located in the John E. Robbins Library on the BU campus. The opening featured a short formal presentation and ribbon cutting followed by a reception and demonstration of some of the equipment in the room Brandon University Reference Librarian Rainer Schira. Among the attendees were Julie Hewitt, Brandon Site Leader for Convergys, Cheryl McLelland, Human Resource Manager, Convergys Brandon, Patrick Robineau, from MBNA Canada, Mike Dutka, Manager, Staples Brandon and His Worship Dave Burgess, Mayor of Brandon....[continue]

New program helps student-athletes get support from home
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 27, 2006
It takes more than determination and talent to build championship-winning teams. It takes the support of family, friends and hometown fans....[continue]

Indian Music Master Launches York Universityís Faculty Recital Series
York University | October 23, 2006
Rhythms of India, a concert of classical South Indian music featuring the Trichy Sankaran Percussion Ensemble, will launch the new Faculty Recital Series of the Department of Music at York University on November 2....[continue]

Join us for the Grand opening of the Brandon University Convergys Learning Centre
Brandon University | October 19, 2006
Join us on Thursday, October 26 at 2:00 p.m. for the official opening of Brandon University's new, state-of-the-art Convergys Learning Centre!...[continue]

Farming salmon in fresh water
Simon Fraser University | October 19, 2006
Farming salmon in fresh water - Many say it canít be done....[continue]

Prof studies language usage by health-care professionals
University of Waterloo | October 16, 2006
A University of Waterloo expert in rhetoric heads a study into links between language and how health-care professionals conduct themselves in their dealings with patients and other professionals....[continue]

Stephen Leahey: "Work hard and always give back to your community"
St. Mary's University | October 13, 2006
For Stephen Leahey, there is only one thing that he attributes to his success in life ó Saint Maryís University....[continue]

Years of Service Awards honour long-serving employees
McMaster University | October 12, 2006
Alicia Ryznyk began working at McMaster soon after immigrating to Canada from Poland more than 40 years ago....[continue]

SMU In the News
St. Mary's University | October 10, 2006
Dr. J. Colin Dodds, President of Saint Maryís, was quoted in The Halifax Chronicle Herald where he spoke about the $300,000.00 in funding from NSERC (Natural Science and Engineering Research Council) to science researchers at Saint Maryís....[continue]

Schlegel Centre means business
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 6, 2006
If you start talking to your "intelligent" home or office in the future, there is a good chance 23-year-old Mike Bodkin of Waterloo will have had something to do with it....[continue]

Future of music takes centre stage at McGill
McGill University | September 29, 2006
McGill University will host some of the music industry's most influential players when the Sixth Annual Future of Music Policy Summit comes to the Schulich School of Music, Oct. 5-7....[continue]

New vessel revolutionizes fisheries research
Simon Fraser University | September 27, 2006
Simon Fraser Universityís latest marine research toolkit would have been a real bonus to NEMO, the little orphaned fish who lost his parents in the famous animation Finding NEMO....[continue]

First Fall Convocation for TRU Features First TRU Master Degree Grads
Thompson Rivers University | September 25, 2006
Itís a fall of firsts for Thompson Rivers University....[continue]

Copyright Issues and You ó Sept. 29
Mount Allison University | September 22, 2006
In an age of downloading and having information available at our fingertips, the issue of copyright is one many of us are aware of. But how much do we really know about the issue as it affects our personal and professional lives?...[continue]

The Teaching Professor Newsletter Online Access
Wilfrid Laurier University | September 22, 2006
Laurier faculty, staff and students now have access to The Teaching Professor newsletter via electronic means....[continue]

New "Google-like search engine" offered through Library making research easy
Wilfrid Laurier University | September 18, 2006
Laurier is one of the Ontario universities that now has access to a powerful research tool called Scholars Portal, a service that incorporates a broad array of databases so students can search for journal articles and many other resources online....[continue]

Historian advocates anarchy
Simon Fraser University | September 14, 2006
One day after the brutal violence at Dawson College in Montreal, many people might take exception to 19th century anarchist Michael Bakuninís sentiment that "passion for destruction is a creative passion."...[continue]

Okanagan College introduces Laptop Lending Program
Okanagan University College | September 14, 2006
Okanagan College students now have another use for their library cards: they can use them to borrow state-of-the-art laptop computers....[continue]

Science/engineering researchers receive $23.4 million
Queen's University | September 13, 2006
Professors and students at Queen's University doing research ranging from speech perception and "spintronics" to how we age, less stressful MRI scanners, preserving modern works of art, and preventng injuries at work will receive a total of $23.4 million from Science and Engineering Research Canada (NSERC)....[continue]

Greek on-line draws learners, worldwide
Simon Fraser University | September 12, 2006
Simon Fraser University now teaches Greek to more students than any other university in North America. Surprisingly, most are in China where student enrolment is skyrocketing in the universityís fledgling, online, Greek language learning program....[continue]

Three hundred BCIT construction trade students say thank you to PCL for half-million dollar boost
British Columbia Institute of Technology | September 8, 2006
Trades training in British Columbia receives a shot in the arm today, as PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. (PCL) presents a gift of $500,000 to some 300 construction trade students at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)....[continue]

Celebrating Research and Creative Activity at Mount A, Aug. 31
Mount Allison University | August 29, 2006
Mount Allison researchers will start the school year off with a bang....[continue]

UNBF Hosts International Telework, Electronic Conference
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | August 24, 2006
For the first time in its 10-year history, the International Telework Association (ITA) will bring its annual workshop to North America....[continue]

SMU in the News
St. Mary's University | August 22, 2006
Dr. Kevin Vessey, Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, spoke about outdoor plants on CBC Nationalís Quirks and Quarks radio program....[continue]

Carleton University Doctoral Student Wins Prestigious International Fellowship
Carleton University | August 18, 2006
Carleton University Department of Electronics doctoral student Peter Popplewell is one of two international winners of a 2006-2007 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Pre-Doctoral Fellowship....[continue]

UBC-Led Team Uncovers Faintest Stars Ever Seen in Ancient Star Cluster
University of British Columbia | August 17, 2006
An international team of astronomers led by UBC professor Harvey Richer has uncovered the faintest stars ever seen in any globular star cluster, bringing scientists closer to revealing the formation time of one of the earliest generations of stars in the Universe....[continue]

McMaster sponsors new commercialization funding source
McMaster University | August 12, 2006
Entrepreneurial researchers at McMaster University interested in commercializing technology related research and development have a potential new source of venture funding....[continue]

Professors elected to Royal Society of Canada
McMaster University | August 8, 2006
Two McMaster professors, Jamal Deen and Adam Hitchcock, have been selected as Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada by the Academies of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada....[continue]

Playing the homeless game
Simon Fraser University | August 4, 2006
There is no fun in seeing people suffer, but a computer game about their plight may help players appreciate human suffering. Itís that kind of thinking that motivated Terry Lavender, the communications manager at SFU Surrey, to design Homeless: Itís NO Game ó the first game of its kind in the world....[continue]

"Transit-Bots" to Compete at Annual UBC Engineering Physics Competition
University of Alberta | August 2, 2006
Event: Students in summer Engineering Physics course design "transit robot" transportation solutions for Vancouver Olympics...[continue]

Trent University Partners with Peterborough Utilities Inc. and Nexicom to Improve Residence Experience for Students
Trent University | August 1, 2006
Partnership Results in Improved Internet Access and Latest Telephone Technology in all Symons Campus Residence Rooms...[continue]

Concordia University awarded Canada Research Chair in Inter-X Art Practice and Theory
Concordia University | July 27, 2006
Concordia University has been awarded a new Tier-2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Inter-X Art Practice and Theory, for Sandeep Bhagwati, in the Departments of Music and Theatre, in the Faculty of Fine Arts....[continue]

Searching for the dead
St. Mary's University | July 27, 2006
Researchers at Saint Mary's University will be testing a new electronic device in order to see if it can detect the presence of human remains buried in shallow clandestine graves....[continue]

Renowned Memorial University engineering researcher first Canadian to receive international award
Memorial University of Newfoundland | July 26, 2006
Dr. Aziz Rahman of Memorial University of Newfoundlandís Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has been selected as the 2007 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Richard H. Kaufmann Award recipient from the IEEE for his "contributions to analysis, design, and development of Interior Permanent Magnet Motor drives."...[continue]


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