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Werklund School of Education academics and support staff close out the fundraiser with an enthusiastic rendition of Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline.

Into the home stretch: Werklund sings its heart out for United Way Karaoke fundraiser now an annual tradition
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence campaign begins Students and campus community invited to take action for meaningful change
Consul welcomes Mexico Days at university Free films, photo and mask exhibits, research and arts showcase offered on campus this week
Dinos bid farewell to Brian McDonnell Men's soccer head coach steps down after five years at helm
Peer Review Episode 12: Patrick Finn, open source thinker Arts grad and drama professor tackles the biggest issues facing today’s post-secondary education system
Sport injury research centre's Olympic role extended four more years Kinesiology research group tasked with finding effective prevention and treatment for sports injuries

Research

Simon Trudel, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Nanoscience program, is being recognized for his entrepreneurship in the area of renewable energy. Photo by Riley, University of Calgary

Hydrogen production discovery inspires alternative energy start-up Global Entrepreneurship Week: Q&A with chemist Simon Trudel
Men's mental health in the workplace: addressing an unmet need Collaborative research team awarded $1.9-million grant from Movember Foundation to lead national research initiative in men's mental health
Study to investigate intestinal infections in children Dr. Stephen Freedman and team will examine samples from 4,500 children in study
Researchers investigate new treatment for depression Deep brain stimulation could provide relief for some patients with treatment-resistant depression
Early caffeine benefits premature babies: study Research led by Cumming School of Medicine’s Dr. Abhay Lodha released on World Prematurity Day
The psychological toll of undocumented Polish migrants Killam scholar Basia Ellis employs ethnographic methods in her studies

U in the News

Nov. 25 2014
Calgary Herald WestJet flight attendants reject tentative... Ian Holloway, Faculty of Law
Nov. 22 2014
The Province Personality tests: An increasingly popular tool... Thomas O’Neill, Faculty of Arts
Nov. 21 2014
CBC News Rock-climbing injury rates for children and teens... Kaikanani Woollings, Faculty of Kinesiology
Nov. 22 2014
CBC Calgary Alberta researchers launch study into childhood... Stephen Freedman, Cumming School of Medicine
Nov. 21 2014
Medical News Today Why we need to fund newer blood-thinning agents... James Stone, Cumming School of Medicine
Nov. 20 2014
Calgary Herald Aboriginal girl must not be denied life-saving... Juliet Guichon, Cumming School of Medicine
Nov. 19 2014
National Post Wind farms causing thousands of bats to die of... Robert Barclay, Faculty of Science
Nov. 19 2014
The Globe and Mail video Is the open-concept office sabotaging... Theresa Kline, Faculty of Arts

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Campus Connection

Annual Rich Man Poor Man dinner raises funds and awareness Nov. 22 event organized by students in the Cumming School of Medicine benefits Alberta charities
Campus forum to discuss stranded assets and the "carbon bubble" Sold-out event Nov. 24 is part of the Renewable Energy Thought Leaders Forum series
Werklund hosts bake sale to benefit United Way English for Academic Purposes program fundraiser Thursday, Nov. 20
Rare books have a sometimes surprising story to tell Centuries-old volumes help researchers explore the era of handpress books