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SNO scientists win first Polanyi Award
Queen's University | November 15, 2006
Scientists from the Queen’s University-led Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) are the first winners of the prestigious John C. Polanyi Award. Valued at $250,000, the new award will be presented annually by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)....[continue]

New College officially welcomes new leader
University of Toronto | October 5, 2006
Ninth principal is leading historian, former director of the Centre for the Study of the United States...[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]

University of Windsor researcher provides "sound evidence" of Ivory-Billed Woodpecker's existence
University of Windsor | September 26, 2006
University of Windsor Biology professor Dan Mennill and his team of researchers are part of an international group that has just published evidence of the existence of the elusive Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, a magnificent bird thought to have become extinct half a century ago....[continue]

BU's Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies Department and Rural Development Institute present Cultural Survival in Disasters symposium
Brandon University | September 26, 2006
On Tuesday, October 17 and Wednesday, October 18, 2006 the Brandon University Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies Department and Rural Development Institute will co-host a campus and community symposium featuring hurricane-affected speakers from Louisiana including two days of class and community presentations and a public lecture....[continue]

When the skull speaks, Dr. Tanya Peckmann listens
St. Mary's University | August 1, 2006
The forensic anthropologist at Saint Mary’s University wants to use the medical device, which is often used to check on the development of a human fetus, to measure the faces of living adults and children....[continue]

Trent University Researcher Receives $540,000 Research Award
Trent University | June 19, 2006
Professor Jim Buttle, from the department of Geography at Trent University, will receive $540,000 over three years to develop the first national Canadian forest management watershed framework that will help forest managers to better protect Canada's valuable water resources from possible impacts from forest operations....[continue]

Astronomers discover Universe's 'smoking gun'
McMaster University | June 8, 2006
Massive star supernovae have been major "dust factories" ever since the first generations of stars formed several hundred million years after the Big Bang, according to an international study published in Science Express today....[continue]

Science Convocation begins week of graduate celebrations
McMaster University | June 5, 2006
Two students receive Governor General's Academic Medal today...[continue]

Students’ achievements recognized at convocation
University of Regina | June 1, 2006
University of Regina students will be recognized for a variety of achievements during the University's annual spring convocation June 5-7 at the Conexus Arts Centre....[continue]

New Orleans scholar to discuss aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
University of Toronto | September 30, 2005
Professor Lawrence Powell, a leading authority on the history of the southern United States, will give a free public lecture entitled New Orleans: An American Pompeii? at U of T's Munk Centre for International Studies Thursday, Oct. 6 from4 p.m. to 6 p.m....[continue]

Noted death penalty opponent to give major public lecture
Queen's University | September 16, 2005
Sister Helen Prejean, noted death penalty opponent and author of the best-selling Dead Man Walking, will give this year’s prestigious Dunning Trust Lecture at Queen’s University....[continue]

Students displaced by Katrina welcome at Memorial
Memorial University of Newfoundland | September 8, 2005
Memorial University President Axel Meisen says the university welcomes inquiries from students whose plans to attend university this fall were disrupted by the tragic consequences of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

UW statement on Hurricane Katrina
University of Waterloo | September 8, 2005
All of us at the University of Waterloo have been watching news from the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina with great concern....[continue]

McGill experts offer insight on Katrina aftermath
McGill University | September 7, 2005
Professors available for comment on the implications of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]

Be involved: do what you can to help Katrina's victims
Brandon University | September 7, 2005
A crisis such as the one being faced by the people of New Orleans and Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Katrina reminds us of how important it is that we be prepared to help our neighbours in times of adversity....[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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