University of Calgary

Dec. 1/06


Karoline Wanas holds a prototype of a braille Rubic’s cube that her team designed, one of 200 projects that first-year students in the Schulich School of Engineering designed for disabled children.
Photo by Ken Bendiktsen
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RESEARCH REWARDS
Federal funding boosts water quality and oilsands work

24/7 FOR STUDENTS
New PeopleSoft SAS software improves service to students

A PLACE TO BE WELL
Head of new Wellness Centre aims to keep student grounded

ENGINEERED BY DESIGN
First-year students get creative with toys and games for disabled kids

Teachers and trauma
Research looks at how to better cope and prepare

Tuning out Canadian content
Move to HDTV will freeze our local outlets, researchers predict

Faculty Association awards: all about impact

Hola!
New centre celebrates everything Spanish

Physician lights a spark
Medical career enhanced by teaching

Ed.D student researches link between completion and experiential learning

Violin virtuoso includes favourites in "fantasy" concert

DEPARTMENTS:

To the Point

Celebrate 40
Canadian Studies course gives students a sense of place

United Way
United Way 'angels' thanked

Making News

Your Alumni
Former "slug" leads by example

Your Dinos
How do you spell quality? H-u-n-t-e-r
Tollestrup named CIS football rookie of year

Classified

What's On: Dec. 1 - Jan. 14