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November 16, 2009

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On the lookout for Alberta tremors
U of C scientist sets up earthquake monitoring equipment across the province.

Dinos win Hardy Cup
The Dinos went a perfect 9-for-9 this weekend, with the five teams in action winning every game they were involved in—led by a football game for the ages.

Shedding light on the sex trade
An innovative research project initiated by the Faculty of Social Work and the United Way of Calgary and Area is opening a door to the most intimate sentiments of women who were involved in the sex trade.

Bangladesh internship answered life questions
For U of C business graduate Raksha Vasudevan, a global internship program in Bangladesh helped her determine what she wanted to accomplish in life. 

Science Café
Tuesday, Nov. 24: Exploding Stars, Dark Energy, and Other Cosmic Mysteries.

Events

Until Nov. 29
> Cut the Carbs Buildings Challenge

Today
> Towards Future Energy Systems: How Can the University of Calgary Contribute?
> Avalanche Awareness

Nov. 18
> VideoConference: Indigenous People in the Western Hemisphere
> EVDS BrownBag Discussion: Integrated Design
> Emeritus Association: An Account of the Filming of a Visit of a Group of Calgary School Children to an Orphange in Kenya
> Aerosol Sulfate: A Missing Link in Climate Change?

Nov. 19
> Sigma Xi Seminar: Designing Next Generation Drugs in Big Pharma
> Climate Change Policy: An Exercise in Evolution
> School of Public Policy: U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities Under President Obama and U.S.-Canada Cooperation
> EVDS Design Matters: Do I Look Like I Have a Plan?
> ISEEE Distinguished Speaker: A Practical Roadmap for America

Nov. 20
> The Procrastination Equation: A Formula for Delay (register by Nov. 17)
> Workplace Recess Seminar:
Trust Yourself to Play Full Out (Register by Nov. 19)

Nov. 21
> Rothney Astrophysical Observatory Open House: Mystery of the Northern Lights

Nov. 24
> United Way Wrap-up: “Turn up the Heat on Humanity”
> Science Café: Exploding Stars, Dark Energy and Other Cosmic Mysteries
> the mob by Clem Martini opening night

For a look at upcoming events, go to ucalgary.ca/events