University of Calgary

March 29, 2011

 
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News

Even Canadian rocks are different
Sedimentary differences on either side of the Canada, U.S. border date back 120 million years.

Celebrating success “InsideOut”
Unique Calgary program gives formerly incarcerated women the opportunity to share, teach, learn and grow.

New location sought for carbon capture research project
A proposed CCS monitoring project will not take place on university land surrounding the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory. Researchers are now looking at alternate sites.

Campus Connection

Taking Flight
Annual festival of student work from the drama department runs March 29 - April 9.

Dinos in Action

Scoreboard
Dinos' wins and losses over the weekend.

Newsmakers

April 2011
The Walrus
The Species Problem: What do you get when you cross a polar bear with a grizzly?

March 27
Calgary Herald
Spicing Up Spaces

March 26
Calgary Herald
Geology mirrors today’s Canada, U.S. border

March 25
Globe & Mail
Team both kills and harnesses deadly bacteria

March 22
Psychology Today
Why do politician sling mud? Because it sticks

March 21
Bloomberg
Philip Verleger Interview About Oil and Natural Gas

 

Events

Today
> Occupational and Recreational Noise Exposure Changes Your Brain

Mar. 30
> GREENLITE Awards & Film Screening
> Movies That Matter Documentary Screening: There Once Was an Island

Mar. 31
> Art Spiegelman, 2011 Calgary Distinguished Visiting Writer
> Energy and Environment Policy by Hal Kvisle
> Blood 101: Students saving lives
> For Japan Fundraiser Fair
> Engineers Without Borders: Engineering Leadership in our Global Community

Apr. 1
> Lecture: Ancient Egypt in the Nineteenth Century
> Visiting Artist and Scholar Series Presents: Scott Yoell
> UCalgary String Quartet: Schubertiade

Apr. 2
> English Honours Symposium “Under Construction: People, Places and Politics”
> Live Flamenco: Luna Mora

Apr. 4
> Let's Celebrate Refugee Rights Day

Apr. 5
> Lecture: New Perspectives on Asperger Syndrome
> Energy resources from the Arctic: a pipe dream, literally!
> Teatro Salon Speakers Series: Dr. Dambisa Moyo

More events: www.ucalgary.ca/events