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Highflying Trio with NB roots to perform newfound Chamber Music, Nov. 17
Mount Allison University | November 15, 2006
Friday, November 17 will provide a wonderful opportunity to hear rising star, pianist Julien Leblanc, performing together with violinist Isabelle Fournier, originally from Moncton, and flutist Karin Aurell, a resident of Sackville....[continue]

Celebrity Concert Series presents Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble
McMaster University | November 15, 2006
The Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble will fill Convocation Hall with their rhythmic beats on Friday, Nov. 17. Their passionate, yet disciplined performance style of taiko drumming blends athleticism with artistry....[continue]

Malaspina University-College student studies tongue-eating parasite
Malaspina University College | November 14, 2006
A passion for parasites led Malaspina University-College Biology student Aya Murakami all the way to Ireland....[continue]

Guest pianist Yoko Hirota to perform Nov. 13
Mount Allison University | November 9, 2006
On Monday, November 13, Mount Allison’s music department will present a guest recital by pianist Yoko Hirota. The recital will take place in Brunton Auditorium and will begin at 8 p.m....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Saint John | November 9, 2006
Author Madeleine Thien will read from her novel Certainty on Monday, November 20 at 7 pm at the Faculty-Staff Club, Ward Chipman Library Building as part of the Lorenzo Reading Series at the University of New Brunswick Saint John....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Saint John | November 7, 2006
The UNB Fredericton Reds computer programming team placed third at the Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences (APICS) programming competition held last month at Cape Breton University in Nova Scotia....[continue]

2,500 Original Art Items Donated to CBU
University College of Cape Breton | November 3, 2006
$500K James Nearing and Florence Giovannetti-Nearing Dragon Lair’s Collection...[continue]

Carleton University Announces Its Honorary Degree Recipients at Fall Convocation
Carleton University | October 27, 2006
Carleton University will present honorary degrees to two outstanding Canadians at its 129th Convocation ceremony on Saturday November 4, 2006 in Carleton’s Field House. More than 1,150 students will be graduating....[continue]

2006 E-Gré winner to perform at Mount Allison, Oct. 28
Mount Allison University | October 26, 2006
On Saturday, October 28, Mount Allison University’s music department will host a recital by cellist David Eggert, winner of the 2006 Eckhardt Gramatté National Music Competition, and pianist Walter Delahunt. The concert will take place in Brunton Auditorium and will begin at 8 p.m....[continue]

SHEA, Harold Thomas
St. Mary's University | October 25, 2006
SHEA, Harold Thomas - 83, Halifax, passed away October 23, 2006....[continue]

National columnist Chantal Hebert to speak at Brock
Brock University | October 25, 2006
Chantal Hebert, national affairs columnist for the Toronto Star, will be the guest speaker for the 2006 D. G. Willmot Distinguished Lecture Series, sponsored by the Faculty of Business at Brock University. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sean O'Sullivan Theatre. A reception will follow the presentation....[continue]

University of New Brunswick - Fredericton | October 24, 2006
After the success of his last visit, novelist and short story writer Dennis Bock returns to UNBF to read from his newest novel, The Communist’s Daughter. The reading will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 8 p.m. in Memorial Hall, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. Everyone is welcome to attend....[continue]

UW bookstore hosts talk by Adrienne Clarkson
University of Waterloo | October 20, 2006
The University of Waterloo bookstore will host a talk by Adrienne Clarkson, Canada's 26th Governor General, at the University of Waterloo next month....[continue]

Fall celebrations kick off in St. John’s and Corner Brook - I love MUNdays and I fell for Grenfell
Memorial University of Newfoundland | October 18, 2006
Memorial University is again celebrating its accomplishments and the spirit and atmosphere of creativity and ingenuity....[continue]

The BU Women's Collective presents Women's History Month Lecture Series
Brandon University | October 18, 2006
October is Women's History Month, and in recognition, the Brandon University Women's Collective presents the Women's History Lecture Series...[continue]

2006 Nobel Prize Winner to Speak at SMU: Muhammad Yunus expected to draw big audience
St. Mary's University | October 17, 2006
Professor Muhammad Yunus, who is a recipient of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, will conduct a lecture at Saint Mary’s University....[continue]

University of Manitoba | October 16, 2006
At the 2006 Fall Convocation, three individuals will be given particular distinction for their work and commitment to the University and the people of Manitoba: Dr. John Foerster, Dr. Garry Martin and Ms Natalie Denesovych....[continue]

ITC wins national award for greenhouse gas control research
University of Regina | October 13, 2006
The University of Regina’s International Test Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture (ITC) has earned a prestigious national award for ongoing research that is helping make Canada a world leader in greenhouse gas reduction technology....[continue]

Dr. Megumi Masaki appointed as Artistic Director of Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition
Brandon University | October 12, 2006
Brandon University School of Music Piano Professor and renowned performer Dr. Megumi Masaki has been appointed Artistic Director of the The Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, effective in October 2007....[continue]

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

Bruce Oland Named to the Order of Canada
St. Mary's University | October 10, 2006
Bruce Oland, who holds an Honorary Doctor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s (’00), was named to the Order of Canada (OC) this past Friday, October 6....[continue]

Poet-professor Roy Miki scores honours hat trick
Simon Fraser University | October 6, 2006
SFU English professor and Governor-General award-winning poet Roy Miki is the winner of the 2006 Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy, his third significant honour this year....[continue]

TRU a community focus this October
Thompson Rivers University | October 3, 2006
Town and gown meet at the Thompson Rivers University campus next week in a variety of public events....[continue]

Canadian Ambassador to Japan speaking at TRU conference
Thompson Rivers University | October 3, 2006
A talk entitled "The new Japanese government : New directions and implications for Canada" by Joseph Caron, Canada's Ambassador to Japan, will be a feature of the Japan Studies Association of Canada 2006 Annual Conference, to be held at Thompson Rivers University Oct. 12 to 15....[continue]

Renowned Chef Is Executive-in-Residence
University of Guelph | October 3, 2006
A taste of Louisiana is on its way to the University of Guelph this month with the arrival of John Folse, an internationally acclaimed chef who has been named executive-in-residence in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) for the fall semester....[continue]

U of G Artists Selected for International Art Show
University of Guelph | October 3, 2006
Two University of Guelph fine art professors have been selected to participate in the 27th São Paulo Art Biennial in Brazil Oct. 7 to Dec. 17. Profs. Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse, who make up the art duo Fastwürms, share a joint appointment at U of G....[continue]

Stephen Lewis speaks at Nipissing University
Nipissing University | September 29, 2006
Canada failing in foreign aid, HIV-AIDS activist says...[continue]

UBC Fisheries Experts Named Two of Three Recipients of Volvo Environment Prize
University of British Columbia | September 28, 2006
UBC fisheries professors Daniel Pauly and Carl Walters have been awarded the 2006 Volvo Environment Prize for their contribution to understanding the human impact on the world’s fisheries and oceans....[continue]

Brandon University welcomes acclaimed writer Tomson Highway to campus as Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting Professor
Brandon University | September 13, 2006
Brandon University and the Brandon University Faculty of Arts are proud to welcome internationally acclaimed author and playwright Dr. Tomson Highway to the BU campus as the Stanley Knowles Distinguished Visiting professor...[continue]

Casual Work Trends to be Explored in UNBC Workshop
University of Northern British Columbia | September 12, 2006
The changing structure of the workplace will be explored at a workshop that will be held at UNBC this coming Friday and Saturday. In particular, the workshop will focus on casual work and include perspectives from British Columbia, Canada, and the world. Casual work describes temporary jobs that normally last no more than six months....[continue]

University of Western Ontario | September 1, 2006
London Hall celebrates relationship between the University and the City...[continue]

Back to School
University of Western Ontario | August 30, 2006
The following items regarding the start of the new academic year at The University of Western Ontario may be Of Interest....[continue]

UBC Conference to Reveal Pine Beetle Infested Wood as Part of Biofuel Solution to World's Energy Crisis
University of British Columbia | August 25, 2006
The largest outbreak of the mountain pine beetle ever recorded in western Canada is creating an opportunity for British Columbia to be a leading producer, user and exporter of biofuels, says UBC Dean of Forestry Jack Saddler, who will kick off the International Energy Agency’s Bioenergy Workshop at UBC Sunday night....[continue]

Dr. Richard Homburg, you’ve made a world of difference in our lives
St. Mary's University | August 23, 2006
Saint Mary’s University took the time today to thank Dr. Richard Homburg for establishing the Homburg International Mobility Awards....[continue]

Mount Allison student awarded scholarship for exchange in Japan
Mount Allison University | August 21, 2006
Mount Allison International Relations student Robertson Davis, is headed to Japan this September for a year-long student exchange with Kwansei Gakuin University (KGU) courtesy of the government of Japan....[continue]

Milner Gardens’ jazz concert strikes summer high note
Malaspina University College | August 10, 2006
Summer strikes a high note at Milner Gardens’ third annual Jazz in the Garden, a magical display of musical virtuosity held August 20 in this equally magical Qualicum Beach setting....[continue]

Mount A physicists collaborate with Japanese counterparts
Mount Allison University | August 10, 2006
Mount Allison physicists have made a quantum leap…to Japan. Mount Allison University is pleased to announce the signing of an exchange agreement with Ochanomizu University, Japan...[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]

UPEI Courtyard Named McMillan Hall
University of Prince Edward Island | August 2, 2006
A special ceremony today at the University of Prince Edward Island honoured Charlottetown resident Eileen (McQuaid) McMillan and her late husband Dr. Joseph (Joe) A. McMillan. Friends and members of the well-known McMillan family joined UPEI staff and faculty, student representatives, and guests for the official naming of the courtyard area of the Student Centre...[continue]

The SMU-China Connection only grows stronger
St. Mary's University | July 28, 2006
"Saint Mary’s has a strong international focus, and we thrive on building partnerships with universities in countries around the world, such as China," says Dr. J. Colin Dodds, President of Saint Mary’s during an interview on campus....[continue]



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