VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2
|Shooting from the Crease
A former Dino makes Team Canada and
has aspirations to coach in the U.S.
|Nursing Some Independent Thinking
Cristina Zaganelli is advocating developpment
of the nurse practitioner role to meet the health care
system's mounting challenges.
A Magical Production
Associate professor Bart Beaty on the opportunities for a young institution, city and nation
The latest developments and upcoming events at the U of C.
Spinal disc research, the impact of climate change or caribou health and digging up statistics on child maltreatment in wealthy Alberta.
Melanie Keats is helping a new generation of young cancer survivors on the road to recovery.
Reaching out to Calgary kids through the Urban Dance Project.
Julie Bogle on the challenges she'll face as a young leader on campus.
Catch up with your peers' news in the latest class notes.
New books, CDs and recommendations from alumni.
An alumnus celebrates his peers' imagination and ambition in the arts.
The new Child Development Centre goes green to meet the highest standards in Canada.
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Dr. Bart Beaty, Ken Bendiktsen, Karen Cook, Laurie Drukier, Greg Harris, Mark Hopkins, D.J. Kelly, Don McSwiney, Alana Mikkelsen, Leanne Niblock, Ewan Nicholson, Sabrina Phillip, Grady Semmens, Colleen Seto, Jason Stang, Chris Thomas, Kirk Thurbide, George Webber.
Victoria finds motivation through movement as part of the U of C's Urban Dance Project.
/ Photo by Ewan Nicholson.