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UW launches geomatics program, analyzes environment with computing tools
University of Waterloo | November 14, 2006
What are the forces driving land use change in the Amazon? Where is the best location for a business looking to expand? What areas of a city have higher rates of childhood asthma? How far back from a river does the risk of flooding and property damage extend?...[continue]

Dr. Jason Levy awarded Brandon University's first Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council grant
Brandon University | November 7, 2006
Dr. Jason Levy, a researcher and professor in Brandon University's Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies department, has been awarded a Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Strategic Project Grant, the first to be awarded to a Brandon University faculty member....[continue]

UW, three other universities work to restore Sri Lankan villages hit by tsunami
University of Waterloo | November 7, 2006
The University of Waterloo and three other Canadian universities will work collaboratively with local partners to restore the economy and environment of six villages in Sri Lanka devastated by the tsunami of December 2004....[continue]

Research project aims to lessen flood risks in Oxford, Nova Scotia
Acadia University | November 6, 2006
The Town of Oxford will soon have the information it needs to lessen the risk of floods in the community....[continue]

UW offers science and geography degrees combined with aviation
University of Waterloo | September 6, 2006
Aviation enthusiasts will be able to learn to fly while earning a university degree through two new programs offered by the University of Waterloo....[continue]

UNBF Faculty of Engineering Announces Dean's List for 2005-06
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | July 6, 2006
One hundred and fifty-two students in the faculty of engineering at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton have earned a place on the Dean’s List for 2005-06....[continue]

Geomatics professor receives prestigious international recognition
University of Calgary | May 30, 2006
On Friday, May 12, 2006, Dr. Klaus-Peter Schwarz, (a Professor Emeritus at the University of Calgary, Department of Geomatics Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering) was conferred the eminent and rarely given title "Doctor Engineer Honoris Causa" by the University of Hannover, Germany, on the occasion of its 175th anniversary celebrations....[continue]

Respected teacher and scholar named new engineering dean
University of Calgary | May 15, 2006
One of Canada’s most accomplished scholars and respected teachers has been named Dean of the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering....[continue]

Four to Receive Honorary Degrees at Encaenia
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | May 4, 2006
The University of New Brunswick in Fredericton will grant honorary degrees to four outstanding individuals during its 177th Encaenia celebrations May 17 and 18....[continue]

Graduate research takes the stage: Schulich School hosts 3rd Annual Graduate Student Research Conference
University of Calgary | May 4, 2006
The 3rd Annual Graduate Student Research Conference of the Schulich School of Engineering (SSE), which ran May 1st and 2nd, was a tremendous success....[continue]

U of C celebrates 40 years with 40 outstanding alumni
University of Calgary | April 6, 2006
What do Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Charlie Fischer (Nexen president and CEO) and his wife Joanne Cuthbertson (the next chancellor to the U of C), Evan Adams (actor and physician), Robert Thirsk (one of only eight Canadian Space Agency astronauts), and Vicki Adams Willis (Decidedly Jazz Danceworks co-founder) have in common?...[continue]

Leaders chosen to help chart Alberta's future in information and communications technology
University of Calgary | March 28, 2006
Leading scientists and entrepreneurs have been named to the board of the new Alberta Information and Communications Technology Institute, to provide leadership and guidance in expanding Alberta's information and communications technology sector (ICT)....[continue]

Memorial researchers take leading role in new fishery study
Memorial University of Newfoundland | December 5, 2005
GeoCod — that’s the name of a brand new high-tech research project headed by Memorial University which aims to use cutting-edge technology to provide those involved in the fishery with a comprehensive and accurate analysis of changing marine ecosystems....[continue]

University of Ottawa Media Calendar: November 15 to 20 2005
University of Ottawa | November 15, 2005
Here is a summary of the activities taking place at the University of Ottawa this week....[continue]

Carleton University to Host GIS Day Trade Show-Explore the world of geomatics and how it impacts our daily lives
Carleton University | November 11, 2005
Come and see the fastest growing technology in action. CU’s Department of Geography & Environmental Studies and the Library's Maps, Data and Government Information Centre invite you to this international celebration of geomatics....[continue]

New Satellite Centre Unique in North America
University of Lethbridge | October 27, 2005
A new satellite ground station at the University of Lethbridge got a $1.2 million boost on October 27 from the Government of Alberta to help purchase scientific equipment for the centre....[continue]

Fall 2005 Ceremony
Wilfrid Laurier University | October 3, 2005
The Wilfrid Laurier University Fall 2005 Convocation Ceremony:...[continue]

40 and counting: Schulich School of Engineering celebrates anniversary
University of Calgary | September 26, 2005
On Friday September 23, the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary celebrated its 40th anniversary....[continue]

York U prof studying gravity to understand global warming
York University | September 16, 2005
York University professor Spiros Pagiatakis is helping to piece together a picture of global warming using surveyors’ gravity observations and notes from the 1940s and satellite observations from today....[continue]

Carleton University Not Proceeding With Performing Arts Centre
Carleton University | September 8, 2005
Carleton University has decided not to proceed with the development of a performing arts facility....[continue]

Mount Allison offers assistance to victims of Hurricane Katrina
Mount Allison University | September 7, 2005
Mount Allison University is lending a helping hand by offering US students affected by Hurricane Katrina a chance to continue their studies....[continue]



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