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Going for Gold in Melbourne: University of Calgary gymnasts lead Canada to Gold in Melbourne Commonwealth Games
University of Calgary | March 21, 2006
With all the excitement generated by the Olympians who train at the University of Calgary’s Olympic Oval, it’s easy to forget there’s another gold medalist and another national team training in the house....[continue]

Leading expert discusses safety of drinking water in Canada
University of Waterloo | February 21, 2006
A leading expert on environmental health risks will give a public talk next week at the University of Waterloo, exploring the safety of drinking water in Canada....[continue]

Former Osgoode dean Peter W. Hogg to assist Supreme Court nominee hearing
York University | February 20, 2006
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today that Peter W. Hogg, Professor Emeritus and former Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, will deliver the opening and closing remarks for the country's first-ever televised public hearing for the review of the new nominee for the Supreme Court of Canada....[continue]

CLS Signs Agreement with Australian Synchrotron
University of Saskatchewan | December 14, 2005
The Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Australian Synchrotron in Melbourne intended to promote collaborative opportunities between the two facilities....[continue]

Social work dean accepts position at Australian University
University of Toronto | November 28, 2005
Professor Jim Barber, dean of the Faculty of Social Work, has accepted an appointment as deputy vice-chancellor of RMIT University in Melbourne — one of Australia’s leading academic institutions in vocational and technical education and research. He will step down as dean on Dec. 31, 2005....[continue]

SOLEON DAY 3: Soleon passes Tropic of Capricorn – and another car
University of Calgary | September 27, 2005
Who says a solar-powered car built by Canadians can't stand the heat of the Australian Outback?...[continue]

Fluevog's shoe logs
Trinity Western University | September 23, 2005
World renown shoe designer shares expertise at TWU this September...[continue]

Panasonic World Solar Challenge:Soleon sails through scrutineering,readies for time trials
University of Calgary | September 22, 2005
A finicky turn signal was the only hiccup Thursday when the University of Calgary’s solar car successfully underwent scrutineering for the 2005 Panasonic World Solar Challenge, which begins Sunday in Darwin, Australia....[continue]

Brock recognizes outstanding researchers with Chancellor's Chair award
Brock University | September 8, 2005
Three exceptional professors are recipients of the 2005 Brock University Chancellor's Chairs for Research Excellence....[continue]

Practitioner-turned-academic will lead social work in Kitchener
Wilfrid Laurier University | January 31, 2005
An Australian social work practitioner-turned-academic with a strong record of research, teaching, administration and community service will lead Laurier’s faculty of social work as it moves into a new campus in downtown Kitchener....[continue]



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