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Students enjoy last year’s edition of Move-In Day at the University of Calgary residences. Photos by Ewan Nicholson

Students enjoy last year’s edition of Move-In Day at the University of Calgary residences. Photos by Ewan Nicholson

The dance begins with Move-In Day this weekend New services for parents a highlight as residence volunteers gear up for arrival of more than 2,000 students
Rouge et Or score final 18 points to win Vanier Cup rematch Football Dinos hold steady for three quarters before losing ground to reigning champs
Move-In Day spirits soar as students begin transition to university life Enthusiastic, purple-clad worker bees help with heavy lifting
Vaniers: Claire Barber probes death rate in rheumatoid arthritis patients Researcher identifies factors behind their susceptibility to strokes and heart attacks
Faculty of Law welcomes class of 2017 Diverse group of students welcomed into law school
Sponsored former refugees welcomed to campus Student Refugee Program supports students in pursuing an education and a better life

Research

PhD student in computer science, Madeena Sultana, is studying how human social behaviours may serve as a basis for developing novel security technologies. Photo supplied by Madeena Sultana

PhD student in computer science, Madeena Sultana, is studying how human social behaviours may serve as a basis for developing novel security technologies. Photo supplied by Madeena Sultana

Vaniers: Madeena Sultana uses computer science to enhance security PhD student explores biometric security and using social and behavioural traits for identification and access control
Vaniers: Winner unlocks mysteries of how brain controls movement Kinesiology researcher Hendrik Enders gets an answer to the question, 'Are you good?'
Bantings: Joseph Lemire tackles antibiotic-resistant infections Q&A with researcher studying how metals like silver and copper work as antimicrobials
Vaniers: Muhammad Ali Khan leverages power of mathematics PhD student uses discrete geometry to find optimal solutions to real-life large-scale problems
Vaniers: Kady Lyons dives into shark and ray conservation Contaminant research explores how marine animals transfer industrial compounds to their offspring
Eleven Vanier scholarship recipients announced for 2014 University’s highest-ever number of Vanier awards in a single year

U in the News

Aug. 29 2014
CBC Calgary Eyeopener audio Carbon levy Jennifer Winter, School of Public Policy
Aug. 31 2014
Calgary Herald 'Commodity relocation technicians' help... Randy Maus, Residence Services; Austin Baecker, Residence Students' Association; Leigh Goddard, Clodagh Dunne, Undergrads
Aug. 29 2014
Calgary Herald Post-secondary students feeling squeeze of tight... Levi Nilson, Students' Union
Aug. 29 2014
National Post Badges of summer: Just don’t do it Peter Toohey, Faculty of Arts
Aug. 28 2014
Medicine Hat News Student lines of credit a good tool for funding... Michelle MacKenzie, Student & Enrolment Services
Aug. 28 2014
Calgary Herald Hello Kitty revelation leaves fans perplexed Rebecca Sullivan, Faculty of Arts
Aug. 29 2014
Calgary Herald Alberta Education eyes major revamp of phys-ed... Angela Alberga, Werklund School of Education
Aug. 28 2014
Calgary Herald Dinos gear up for Vanier Cup rematch at Laval... Hunter Turnbull, Braden Schram, Blake Nill, Dinos
Aug. 28 2014
Financial Post A new way of MBA thinking pulls on outside... Jack Mintz, School of Public Policy
Aug. 26 2014
SooToday.com First Nations say Alberta silencing their voice Nigel Bankes, Faculty of Law

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Campus Connection

Prof joins panel discussion on homophobia in sport William Bridel reflects on how news media portray gay male professional athletes
Do you know where you are on the health continuum? Students, faculty and staff invited to drop in and participate in free health checkup
Public invited to archaeological expedition at Cluny Donation from Golder Associates launches first year of university's Program for Public Archaeology
Biogeoscience Institute open house puts science into context July 13 event gives families a hands-on learning experience about Canadian Rockies and Foothills