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December 1, 2009

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Carbon management project launched
The first nationwide effort to accelerate Canada’s energy sector towards a zero-carbon emission future will be hosted by the University of Calgary with the creation of a new research network announced today by the Government of Canada.

Support our Dinos at rally
Don’t forget to show your support for a fantastic season of football by coming to the Dinos’ pep rally today at noon at the MacEwan Student Centre South Courtyard. Wear red; BBQ lunch.

Grads help fight hunger
The University of Calgary Graduate Students’ Association is holding a holiday food drive until Dec. 8, featuring a host of events to help raise awareness about hunger and collect donations for the Campus Food Bank.


Globe and Mail
Nov. 30: Dr. Bob, Calgary’s king of competitive case study

Hot on the heels of another great Haskayne School of Business performance at the Inter-Collegiate Business Competitions, the Globe profiles the students’ winning coach, professor Bob Schulz.

Toronto Star
Nov. 22: The search for a sperm-donor father

Canadians conceived by a donor’s egg or sperm have been the missing voices in the debate over how we handle infertility, says Juliet Guichon, a professor of bioethics at the University of Calgary.

Calgary Herald
Nov. 23: U of C professor boosts family medicine

Since 2007, when Cathy MacLean moved here to become head of the family medicine department at the U of C, the number of students choosing family medicine has gone up to 26 percent.


> Thought for the Day
> Welcome Back Dinos Rally
12 noon, south courtyard, MSC
> December 6th Memorial Ceremony
> Live Webcast: Munk Debate on Climate Change

Dec. 2
> Big Rock Lecture: Pearl Harbor: The Failure of Intelligence and the Success of Deception
> the mob by Clem Martini

Dec. 3
> The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2030. Registration required.
> Alberta to Copenhagen and Beyond
> AHFMR Science in the Cinema Free Movie: Philadelphia
> the mob by Clem Martini

Dec. 4
> Canada and Afghanistan: Counterinsurgency Warfare as Peacemaking—A Conflict in Terms
> the mob by Clem Martini

Dec. 5
> the mob Matinee and final evening performance
> Celebrity Series: Baroque Exchanges

Dec. 7
> James S. Palmer Lecture: The Energy Problem and Solution

For a look at upcoming events, go to