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Keith Dobson, left, professor in the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts, helped pioneer research that supported the use of cognitive behavioural therapy in depression treatment. Standing with Dobson during his Lecture of a Lifetime on Thursday evening are Chancellor Robert Thirsk and President Elizabeth Cannon. Photo by Adrian Shellard

Keith Dobson, left, professor in the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts, helped pioneer research that supported the use of cognitive behavioural therapy in depression treatment. Standing with Dobson during his Lecture of a Lifetime on Thursday evening are Chancellor Robert Thirsk and President Elizabeth Cannon. Photo by Adrian Shellard 

2015 Lecture of a Lifetime shines spotlight on depression research Psychology professor Keith Dobson delivers prestigious annual address
Bruce Kuwabara to present nine strategies for future cities Renowned Canadian architect to speak at the Downtown Campus April 22
Join the celebration; help out with convocation 2015 Student Enrolment Services invites faculty and staff to take part in May and June ceremonies
Study confirms effectiveness of new stroke treatment Hotchkiss researchers at the forefront of breakthrough clot retrieval procedure
'Cancer never sleeps and why should we?' Students at Relay for Life event stay up all night to raise funds for fight against cancer
Reminder: Budget town hall on Monday Attend Science Theatres 148 at 9 a.m. or watch online

Research

Noted comic book scholar Bart Beaty is one of many University of Calgary professors scheduled to give talks this weekend at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo. Photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Bridging the gap between academia and pop culture Professors and students carve out niche at Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo
New Oil-Climate Index compares crude oils' greenhouse gas emissions Open source model will help industry, researchers, policy-makers identify most effective paths to change, says Schulich assistant prof
Federal support bolsters university's expertise in key areas Faculty researchers at the top of their fields, from information visualization to immune response
Our understanding of first Albertans changes with new revelations Refinements in radiocarbon dating shed surprising light on prehistoric hunters who first populated province
Study shows rats fed a dietary fibre supplement had better weight control Oligofructose, a fibre found in foods like bananas and onions, affects the composition of gut microbiota
Advice to young researchers: 'Work hard, be passionate, be optimistic' Q&A with world-renowned pharmacology researcher Don Bers, keynote lecturer at Libin Institute April 17

U in the News

Apr. 16 2015
Metro Calgary Calgary Comic Expo: U of C prof aims to educate... John Aycock, Faculty of Science
Apr. 16 2015
Calgary Herald Ewart: Paving a 'path to hell' with a... Ted Morton, School of Public Policy
Apr. 16 2015
Calgary Herald Upward mobility: From organic growth to planned... Harry Hiller, Faculty of Arts
Apr. 16 2015
CBC Calgary Eyeopener audio Researching depression Keith Dobson, Faculty of Arts
Apr. 15 2015
CTV News Calgary video City council without a prayer? Kathleen Mahoney, Faculty of Law
Apr. 15 2015
Metro Calgary Funding for Alberta post-secondary has exceeded... Dru Marshall, Provost
Apr. 15 2015
Calgary Herald video 'Our neighbour’s pain is our pain', U... Shawna Yanke, Kathleen Sawisky, Faculty of Arts; Naheed Nenshi, Alumnus; Elizabeth Cannon, President; Debbie Bruckner, Kelly Johnson, Student and Enrolment Service
Apr. 16 2015
Calgary Herald Q & A with Brian Kooyman on the Wally's... Brian Kooyman, Faculty of Arts
Apr. 14 2015
Metro Calgary Calgary Flames playoff run alters playing field... Melanee Thomas, Faculty of Arts

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Campus Connection

56th annual Bermuda Shorts Day takes place Wednesday Reminder of road closures, effects on parking and on transit services
Celebrate Earth Day with campus cleanup April 24 Join in a springtime tradition, including a barbecue lunch, hosted by Facilities
School of Creative and Performing Arts gets radical 2015-16 season takes school back to its roots and into the future
Research symposium showcases undergraduate projects Markin program pairs students with faculty mentors to study health and wellness topics