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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]

International students hold International Bazaar to celebrate the sharing of cultures and cuisines
Memorial University of Newfoundland | October 19, 2006
Memorial’s International Student Advising Centre and international students are coming together at the International Bazaar for a celebration of world cultures and cuisines....[continue]

Hon. Barbara A. Hagerman Initiates Ambassador Family Program
University of Prince Edward Island | October 16, 2006
This year UPEI is celebrating 50 years of international students. In 1956, four students from Hong Kong came to PEI to study. International students have been an integral part of UPEI’s campus life and the PEI community....[continue]

McGill top laureate in 2006 Forces AVENIR awards
McGill University | October 3, 2006
McGill University has once again distinguished itself, with awards in five of 12 categories at the 8th Forces AVENIR Gala....[continue]

Performances will celebrate African and other cultures: York U
York University | September 27, 2006
The strings of a West African kora will mingle with the sound of a saxophone at York University this weekend during the first annual Humanity in Harmony performance collaboration....[continue]

Vet Students to Give Talks on Global Experiences
University of Guelph | September 20, 2006
University of Guelph veterinary students who participated in the Ontario Veterinary College’s Global Vets program this summer will share their experiences at public talks Sept. 26 and 28 at 7 p.m. in Room 1714 of the Lifetime Learning Centre....[continue]

Young Ismaili Muslims embrace Canadian values
Simon Fraser University | September 19, 2006
Canadian-born Ismaili Muslims strongly identify with Canadian values of multiculturalism and feel at ease practising their religion in Canada, according to a Simon Fraser University study....[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]

University of Manitoba | July 20, 2006
Three professors from the University of Manitoba are among 82 scholars and scientists who have been elected to the prestigious Royal Society of Canada (RSC)....[continue]

University of Manitoba | June 23, 2006
Award given for helping establish infectious diseases as a clinical specialty in Canada, and for creating a comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and prevention program in Uganda....[continue]

Award-winning journalist honoured at convocation
McMaster University | June 9, 2006
Kenyan refugee is one of 237 nursing graduates...[continue]

Humanities, Arts & Science Convocation
McMaster University | June 6, 2006
The Great Hall at Hamilton Place will see degrees conferred upon 616 students from the Faculty of Humanities and 56 students from the Arts & Science program today in a joint ceremony....[continue]

Summer Convocation June 12 to 15, Five to Receive Honorary Degrees
University of Guelph | June 1, 2006
The University of Guelph will award some 2,600 degrees and diplomas during eight convocation ceremonies June 12 to 15 in the Gryphon Dome....[continue]

Convocation will celebrate 1,694 degrees, diplomas and certificates
University of Regina | June 1, 2006
The University of Regina will present 1,694 students with degrees, diplomas and certificates at its annual spring convocation June 5-7 at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina....[continue]

Convocation 2006
Augustana University College | May 28, 2006
Neither the weather nor overzealous hockey celebrations kept the convocation crowd away from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus in Camrose on Sunday afternoon....[continue]

U of S Partners with Universities in Developing Countries
University of Saskatchewan | May 3, 2006[continue]

African Union Commissioner to Speak at U of G
University of Guelph | April 21, 2006
Elisabeth Tankeu, the African Union’s commissioner for trade and industry, will give a free public lecture on the causes of poverty and the global efforts to eradicate it April 25, at 7 p.m. in Rozanski Hall....[continue]

Students in health sciences and medicine at uOttawa discuss international health
University of Ottawa | April 21, 2006
Almost one hundred students, from both high school and university levels, will gather on April 22 for the uOttawa student International Health Conference....[continue]

Osgoode Hall Law School Launches Global Policy and International Legal Research Initiative for Developing Countries
York University | April 20, 2006
On Thursday, May 11, 2006 Osgoode Hall Law School of York University will officially launch the International Legal Partnership (ILP), the first non-profit, professional and student cooperative organization in Canada to provide systematic global policy and legal research assistance to developing countries....[continue]

York student levy supports Sudanese refugee student
York University | April 18, 2006
Simon Thon Kuany says he is grateful to each and every York University student who is supporting his first year of university....[continue]

Making Poverty History Focus of International Symposium
University of Guelph | April 17, 2006
Leading international experts who are working to eradicate global poverty will gather at the University of Guelph April 25 and 26 for the "Making Poverty History: Doing More of What Works" symposium....[continue]

Making Poverty History Focus of International Symposium
University of Guelph | April 12, 2006
Leading international experts who are working to eradicate global poverty will gather at the University of Guelph April 25 and 26 for the "Making Poverty History: Doing More of What Works" symposium....[continue]

CBU Marketing Students Take Skills and Energy to the Community
University College of Cape Breton | April 11, 2006
Six community groups and organizations are benefiting from the enthusiasm and expertise of a Marketing Strategy Class at Cape Breton University....[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]

Memorial University international students holding International Bazaar to celebrate the sharing of cultures and cuisines
Memorial University of Newfoundland | March 7, 2006
On Thursday, March 9, international students from Memorial University are coming together at the International Bazaar for a celebration of world cultures and cuisines....[continue]

Senate approves prep college for international students at SFU
Simon Fraser University | March 7, 2006
Simon Fraser University's senate last night voted 27-15 to approve a proposal to enter into an affiliation agreement with Australia's IBT Education Ltd. (IBT) to create a private preparatory college for international students adjacent to its Burnaby campus....[continue]

Romantic passion is topic of Public Anthropology Lecture
University of Waterloo | February 23, 2006
An expert on the cross-cultural study of romantic passion will speak next month at the University of Waterloo's Public Anthropology Lecture Series....[continue]

Free The Children Mount Allison Vow of Silence — March 1
Mount Allison University | February 22, 2006
On Wednesday, March 1, the Mount Allison University campus will be quieter than usual, for a good cause....[continue]

Mount A’s Free the Children chapter to present, It Takes A Child, Feb. 11
Mount Allison University | February 8, 2006
Mount Allison University’s campus chapter of Free The Children will present the documentary It Takes A Child, outlining how Craig Kielburger, a twelve-year-old Toronto boy founded what is now the world’s largest network of children helping children through education....[continue]

Laurier student part of international research on the experiences of female graduate students
Wilfrid Laurier University | January 10, 2006
A Laurier psychology student is among researchers from 13 universities in 10 countries studying the experiences of female graduate students in higher education....[continue]

The Pedal for Hope — Mount A student hits the road for a good cause
Mount Allison University | December 5, 2005
Ayesha Harji, an international relations student at Mount Allison University is gearing up for the trip of a lifetime and raising money for a good cause....[continue]

University of Manitoba | November 30, 2005
This afternoon, the University of Manitoba will publicly recognize the HIV/AIDS research team that received a Grand Challenges in Global Health award earlier this year....[continue]

Nipissing University screening AIDS movie
Nipissing University | November 21, 2005
Nipissing University’s Mentor program, in partnership with the Canadian Federation of University Women – North Bay, is proud to present a screening of the film A Closer Walk, on Wednesday, November 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the Weaver Auditorium (B200)....[continue]

Mount Allison’s Free the Children chapter to hold International Dinner and Dance, Nov. 19
Mount Allison University | November 10, 2005
The Mount Allison chapter of Free the Children (FTC) is organizing an International Dinner and Dance on Saturday, November 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Sackville United Church....[continue]

Nipissing University brings Africa to North Bay
Nipissing University | October 31, 2005
Nipissing University’s local World University Service Committee (WUSC) is pleased to present an evening of celebration and exploration into the people and cultures of Africa on Wednesday, November 2, at 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the Weaver Auditorium (B200)....[continue]

Couple Leaves Legacy to Saint Mary’s University through $400,000 Endowment
St. Mary's University | October 23, 2005
Students at Saint Mary’s University will benefit from a significant bequest made by two long-time supporters....[continue]

Carleton University Student and Former Miss Canada Wins Award Before Heading Off to Africa
Carleton University | September 29, 2005
Cristina Remond may have once competed at Miss Universe, but don't stereotype her for an instant. In the space of a few short weeks, this Carleton University student has won a prestigious award in Feminist Anthropology, and is off to West Africa for six months of human rights advocacy....[continue]

Indian summer: INSIG program offers international health experience
University of Toronto | September 26, 2005
U of T nursing students spend the summer volunteering in 14 rural villages in India...[continue]

University College opens new residence
University of Toronto | September 8, 2005
Morrison Hall, the newest student residence on the University of Toronto's St. George campus, officially opened on today....[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]



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