University of Calgary

Feb. 19, 2010

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Paper challenges private health concerns
A School of Public Policy paper by Herb Emery, Svare Professor in Health Economics, takes issue with arguments that private health insurance will weaken the public health system.

Develop Asian markets, cut emissions: ISEEE prof
Robert Page, the TransAlta Professor of Environmental Management and Sustainability with ISEEE, says Alberta’s oilsands industry needs access to Asian markets, a program to cut emissions and better public communications.

Margaret MacMillan named visiting writer
The U of C’s Markin-Flanagan Distinguished Writers Program is bringing another major literary talent to the city this year with a visit by acclaimed historian Margaret MacMillan next month.

Qatar embraces spirit of Stampede
The University of Calgary-Qatar campus brought the spirit of Calgary to Doha with a miniature Stampede, complete with country music, pancakes and pony rides.

Energy giant fuels student dinner
Global energy provider and oilsands developer Total SA is supporting an annual U of C student dinner that will feature keynote speaker Kim Sturgess.


> Conversations with the Captain: Graduation and Growing Up
> In Memoriam: Memorial Service for Alan MacDonald
> Drama: The Humorous Magistrate
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. UBC

Feb. 20
> Dinos: Women's Hockey vs. U of Lethbridge
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. UBC
> Drama: The Humorous Magistrate
> RAO Open House: Resolving Power: Why Eagles and Telescopes See Better Than Us

Feb. 21
> Drama: The Humorous Magistrate (matinee at 2 p.m. and evening performance at 7:30 p.m.)

Feb. 22
> Lecture: Alberta's Medical History: Young and Lusty and Full of Life
> Drama: The Humorous Magistrate

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