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Leadership Mount Allisonís Speaker Series welcomes Linda Duncan, Nov. 7
Mount Allison University | November 6, 2006
On Tuesday, November 7 Mount Allison University will welcome Linda Duncan as the third speaker in Leadership Mount Allisonís 2006 Certificate Program Speaker Series. Duncan will speak at 7 p.m. in Brunton Auditorium and everyone is welcome to attend....[continue]

Malaspina collaborates on development of early childhood education for Indonesia
Malaspina University College | October 18, 2006
Educators half-a-world away are helping enhance learning for young Indonesian children, thanks to a collaborative project between Malaspina University-College in Nanaimo and Widya Mandala Catholic University in Surabaya, Indonesia....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Fredericton | October 13, 2006
BBC Correspondent Lyse Doucet will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree during the University of New Brunswick Saint Johnís Fall Convocation Ceremony on Friday, October 20, 2006....[continue]

2006 Distinguished Visitor combats violence against women
University of Windsor | October 11, 2006
The University of Windsorís Distinguished Visitor in Womenís Studies program has selected feminist author, activist and visionary Lee Lakeman as its 2006 Distinguished Visitor in Womenís Studies....[continue]

Bobcats Men's Volleyball to host Team Canada Alumni
Brandon University | September 28, 2006
On Sunday October 1, the Bobcat Menís Volleyball team will continue their exhibition schedule against the Team Canada Masterís Menís team....[continue]

BCIT carpentry students construct relief home for tsunami victims
British Columbia Institute of Technology | September 25, 2006
Sixteen BCIT carpentry students recently completed the construction of a Britco Structures demonstration hybrid panelized and pre-cut home designed for Indonesian tsunami relief housing....[continue]

Unusual island evolution happens faster than thought
McGill University | September 19, 2006
In evolutionary circles, giant rats and miniature elephants have long been accepted as the products of accelerated evolution in isolated environments such as islands, but McGill paleontologist Virginie Millien has been the first to establish just how quickly these odd-shaped animals got that way....[continue]

Demand for a UBC Education Increases: 12,100 Fresh Faces Expected at UBC this Fall
University of British Columbia | August 28, 2006
A substantial increase in applications for a University of British Columbia education means 12,100 new students will begin classes on Sept. 5, including a doubling of new student enrollment at UBC Okanagan....[continue]

Globalization through a cultural lens
McMaster University | August 8, 2006
On July 3, in Budapest, Hungary more than 400 international graduate students and junior faculty from 67 countries gathered at the Central European University (CEU) to open the 2006 Summer University (SUN) program. Of those students, 25 attended the CEU program specifically to study under Szeman, McMaster's former director the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, and explore those very questions....[continue]

Provincial government, Britco partner with BCIT on Indonesian tsunami relief
British Columbia Institute of Technology | July 21, 2006
VANCOUVER, BC: The Province of British Columbia is supporting a groundbreaking project that will see up to 3,000 homes sent to a region of Indonesia affected by the 2004 tsunami disaster, Forests and Range Minister Rich Coleman recently announced, alongside BCIT, Britco and Save the Children....[continue]

RRU Names Landscape Ecologist to Head Education Centre
Royal Roads University | July 20, 2006
Royal Roads University has named Michael Moss to head up the Canadian Centre for Environmental Education....[continue]

Prof helps raise funds for earthquake victims
University of Calgary | June 2, 2006
As a child growing up in Indonesia, Arief Budiman spent holidays visiting family in Solo, Klaten, and Yogyakarta....[continue]

McGill-Indonesia ties put local face on humanitarian crisis
McGill University | May 30, 2006
McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum extended the McGill community's deepest sympathy to the people of Indonesia, including McGill students from that country, for the losses suffered as a result of the devastating earthquakes that struck over the weekend....[continue]

Museum Receives Rare Puppet Collection
Simon Fraser University | April 6, 2006
Simon Fraser University's museum of archaeology and ethnology has become home to a rare collection of antique Indonesian shadow puppets, known as wayang kulit....[continue]

Dr. Lynda Redwood-Campbell to Discuss Relief Work Overseas
Trent University | March 28, 2006
On Friday March 31st at 7:00 p.m. at the Champlain College Council Chambers, Doctor Lynda Redwood-Campbell will be talking about her experiences with the Canadian Relief Foundation and the International Red Cross....[continue]

University of British Columbia Names New President
University of British Columbia | March 22, 2006
A scholar specializing in human rights, public international law and international relations has been appointed the 12th president and vice-chancellor of The University of British Columbia....[continue]

York Dance Ensemble headlines inaugural events in Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre
York University | March 13, 2006
York University and its Faculty of Fine Arts celebrate the official opening of The Accolade Project, Yorkís outstanding new $107.5 million state-of-the-art teaching, exhibition and performance complex, with a week-long Fine Arts Festival running March 20-26....[continue]

Gala Concert kicks off Fine Arts Festival
York University | March 3, 2006
York University and the Faculty of Fine Arts celebrate the official opening of The Accolade Project, an outstanding new $107.5 million state-of-the-art teaching, exhibition and performance complex, with a week-long Fine Arts Festival running March 20-26...[continue]

Trent University's HOPE Holds Second Annual Fundraising Dinner for Tsunami Relief
Trent University | February 2, 2006
Savour the Flavours of South East Asia and Help Rebuild Areas Devastated by the Tsunami...[continue]

Trent University to Host Minister at the Canadian Embassy in Berlin on February 6
Trent University | February 2, 2006
Robert Vanderloo to Deliver Talk on Canadian-German Relations, the Foreign Service as a Career, and the Youth Mobility Agreement...[continue]

Laurier students travel to Biloxi, Mississippi to assist in cleanup and rebuilding
Wilfrid Laurier University | January 27, 2006
Half a dozen Laurier students deliberately missed the first week of classes in January, but they did so for a good cause: they travelled to Biloxi, Mississippi, to assist in cleaning up and rebuilding the city of 50,000, which was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina last August....[continue]

Flags, food and fun kick off York University Multicultural Week
York University | January 26, 2006
Hundreds of colorful flags will be waving, feet will be dancing and the aroma of delicious foods from around the globe will be wafting over the campus as York University students celebrate the fourth annual Multicultural Week....[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]

The uOttawa 24 Hour Debate Challenge for Nelson House
University of Ottawa | January 25, 2006
In its 125th year, the English Debating Society of the University of Ottawa, has decided to repeat last year's phenomenally successful 24-hour Debate Challenge (a.k.a. Debate-A-Thon) in support of a charitable cause....[continue]

Laurentian historian reviews the presidency of Gerald R. Ford
Laurentian University of Sudbury | December 22, 2005
Although Gerald R. Ford's term as American President was the second briefest of the 20 th century (August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977), major developments that would change the world took place during his 895 days in office. In 895 Days that Changed the World: The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford , published by Black Rose Books, Laurentian University history professor Dr. Graeme Mount redefines Mr. Ford's contributions in world politics and place in American history....[continue]

Performing monkeys in Asia carry viruses that could jump species to humans
University of Toronto | December 8, 2005
Contact with performing primates presents potential risk for viral transmission...[continue]

U of G Researcher to Appear on CBS Sunday Morning
University of Guelph | November 17, 2005
Food scientist Massimo Marcone will appear on CBS Sunday Morning Nov. 20 as part of a segment on coffee....[continue]

International wildlife conservation presentation at Nipissing University
Nipissing University | October 13, 2005
Nipissing Universityís Biology Society welcomes Dr. Justin Hines of Operation Wallacea for a presentation on international wildlife conservation....[continue]

Tulips 2005 - The 60th Anniversary Friendship Tour stops in Sackville, Sept. 14
Mount Allison University | September 8, 2005
As part of a summer-long tour, Luluk Purwanto and the Helsdingen Trio have been presenting their music at town-squares, music festivals, universities, and cultural heritage sites across Canada....[continue]

Objects of Bright Pride: auction to feature Northwest Coast Art
Simon Fraser University | September 6, 2005
The Bill Reid Foundation and Simon Fraser University will present Objects of Bright Pride....[continue]

Discussion tackles Islamic cartoon debate
University of Toronto | February 10, 2005
Hundreds cram Hart House to share thoughts on crisis...[continue]



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