University of Calgary

June 11, 2009

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Photos from convocation
Spring convocation is taking place this week with 4,300 graduates who will go on to be our future leaders as doctors, politicians, engineers, scientists, and artists.

ENMAX joins student-led solar home project
A Calgary student-led team building a solar-powered home for a high-profile international competition has received major backing from ENMAX Corporation.

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As the individuals who have a stake in the outcomes of the iS² Project and in the future of the University of Calgary, your input is valuable. The information you provide will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of communications and to gauge how the university community feels about the changes occurring with the iS² Project. Thank you for your feedback.

Royal visit to celebrate military museum grand opening
New U of C art gallery and expanded library and archives opens at Military Museums.

Second place finish in Commuter Challenge
The university earned second place in Canada and was the top university in last week’s 2009 Commuter Challenge.

Romeo ranks on Canada’s Top 20 Under 20
Carolina Romeo is the U of C’s star athlete and engineering student and her list of achievements keeps growing.

Concept to commercialization
Students showcase entrepreneurial skills.

Faces of Philanthropy

Prize and namesake honoured
The U of C celebrates the 30th anniversary of convocation’s most prestigious medal.

Postcard

Postcard from Australia
Kara Rottman has a passion for travel and Australia has long been a dream destination. Now she is taking a travel study course at U of C and living and learning Down Under.

 

Events

Until June 12
> Spring Convocation

June 12
> Leading Ladies Luncheon Series: One Step Beyond

June 13
> Runners’ Edge—Calgary’s Running Expo (Space limited; buy tix early)
> Aboriginal Graduation Banquet & Pow-Wow (purchase tix before June 5)

June 25
> Lunch and Learn: Nurture By Nature Walks