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Schulich benefaction gives boost to student activities
University of Calgary | March 14, 2006
When Mr. Seymour Schulich donated $25 million to the newly named Schulich School of Engineering in June 2005, he wanted to ensure that there would be a direct benefit for the school’s students....[continue]

3M Honored by The University of Western Ontario
University of Western Ontario | March 2, 2006
3M Canada Company is being honored as the Corporate Recipient of The University of Western Ontario's 2006 Purple and White Award....[continue]

International students work harder, score lower: York U study
York University | February 28, 2006
A new study by a York University professor is challenging the stereotype of the introverted and studious international student -- at least in part....[continue]

"Green" Brock students go for gold at world business challenge
Brock University | February 21, 2006
Two students form Brock University think that they've come up with an idea that will help businesses turn their environmentally and socially responsible initiatives into green gold....[continue]

PARADISE REGAINED: A Cross-Border Collaboration, Feb. 27 — March 1
Mount Allison University | February 20, 2006
The week of February 27 students from Sackville, NB and Brooklyn, NYC are coming together to present a unique theatrical collaboration, PARADISE REGAINED, a play based on Milton’s famous epic poem....[continue]

UBC Creates First North American Contemporary Buddhism Studies Program With $4 Million Gift
University of British Columbia | February 2, 2006
The University of British Columbia has established North America’s first Buddhism and Contemporary Society program thanks to a $4 million gift from The Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation....[continue]

Multilingual production of Antony and Cleopatra set for Feb. 1-4
Mount Allison University | January 27, 2006
The Mount Allison University campus is truly becoming a global village with the multilingual production of William Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra....[continue]

Inaugural Film and Arts Appreciation Week at Trent University January 23 - 27
Trent University | January 20, 2006
The Trent International Students Association (TISA) has announced that the inaugural Film and Arts Appreciation Week, a free public event designed to showcase cinematic representations of different regions around the world, will begin on January 23 and run through to January 27 at various locations around the main campus....[continue]

Concordia University has contacted a number of Concordia experts who will be available to assist journalists with commentary on a variety of election issues.
Concordia University | December 14, 2005
200 students will vie for business supremacy at the John Molson School of Business...[continue]

McGill media expert alert: WTO Hong Kong Ministerial
McGill University | December 14, 2005
The World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference is under way in Hong Kong and McGill University has the following experts available to comment on a range of issues relevant to this story...[continue]

'Brain Gain' Of Skilled Chinese Immigrants Not Panning Out: Study
Ryerson University | December 5, 2005
Despite having a university education, speaking fluent English and coming to Canada with a wealth of industry experience, Chinese immigrants are earning half as much as the general Canadian population - even after two decades, say university researchers....[continue]

U of S Ag Economists Say WTO Ag Agreement Will Hurt Canadian Producers
University of Saskatchewan | November 30, 2005
University of Saskatchewan agricultural economists Richard Gray and Hartley Furtan say two proposals scheduled for review at the World Trade Organization's sixth ministerial conference in December are damaging to Canadian agricultural producers....[continue]

York profs receive funding from Ontario government’s Early Researcher Award program
York University | November 25, 2005
Four York University professors have been awarded funding from the Ontario government’s Early Researcher Award program....[continue]

Giant ape lived along-side humans
McMaster University | November 7, 2005
A gigantic ape, measuring about 10 feet tall and weighing up to 1,200 pounds, co-existed alongside humans, a geochronologist at McMaster University has discovered....[continue]

Inaugural online MBA class to graduate from degree partnership between Laurentian University and CGA-Canada
Laurentian University of Sudbury | October 28, 2005
On Saturday, October 29, the first group of graduate students taking part in a unique degree partnership program between Laurentian University and the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) will graduate from Laurentian University with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree....[continue]

Small cities more likely to produce elite athletes, study finds
Queen's University | October 26, 2005
The small city environment is conducive to producing elite athletes, a study on the birthplace and birthdates of elite athletes has found....[continue]

Western's 285th Convocation
University of Western Ontario | October 25, 2005
Western celebrates its 285th convocation this week - its largest fall convocation, with more than 1,790 graduates set to receive their well-deserved degrees and diplomas....[continue]

Song recital scheduled for October 29
Mount Allison University | October 20, 2005
On Saturday, October 29 at 8 p.m. in Brunton Auditorium, the department of music will present a collaborative recital featuring soprano Monette Gould and pianist Edmund Dawe....[continue]

Announcing: New chair for Faculty of Medicine
McGill University | October 17, 2005
The prognosis is promising for McGill's Faculty of Medicine with the establishment of the Robert Kinch Chair in Women's Health....[continue]

University of Ottawa Media Calendar: October 12 to 16, 2005
University of Ottawa | October 12, 2005
Here is a summary of the activities taking place at the University of Ottawa this week....[continue]

Lecture to Discuss Canada's Response, Challenges of 2004 Tsunami
University of Guelph | September 30, 2005
Canada's response to the 2004 Southeast Asian tsunami and the country's commitment to rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts is the topic of an Oct. 6 public lecture at the University of Guelph....[continue]

Faculty of Mathematics honours top grads
University of Waterloo | September 27, 2005
The University of Waterloo's Faculty of Mathematics has honoured four top graduates with achievement medals....[continue]

Fall Convocation Celebrates Leaders in Health Care, the Arts and Business
University of Western Ontario | September 22, 2005
Four distinguished individuals will receive their honorary. degrees when The University of Western Ontario hosts its 285th. Convocation this October....[continue]

Canada's Auditor General to receive UW honorary degree
University of Waterloo | September 20, 2005
Canada's Auditor General, Sheila Fraser, is among those receiving honorary degrees at the University of Waterloo's fall convocation to be held Saturday, Oct. 22....[continue]

Films, lectures, library focus on Hong Kong
University of Toronto | February 6, 2005
Cinema series begins Feb. 10...[continue]



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