University of Calgary

February 2, 2012


Nominate someone who makes you proud
2012 Arch Award nominations now open.

Engaging new ideas in education
Science fiction, fantasy and potty humour as teaching tools.

Finding safe and effective treatment
URSP funding helps study medications for children with ADHD.

Improving education half a world away
Professor plays lead role in developing teacher training program in Afghanistan.


Jan. 26
Virtual Projection emulates laws of physics for screen sharing between devices

Jan. 23
Homeless plan suggests pay people to stay off the streets


» Post Miniature Exhibition and Auction
» WILL IT WRK 4U? - Creative Arts

Feb. 3
» Post Miniature Exhibition and Auction
» How much is enough? The Vitamin D Debate Revisited
» Preschoolers' Resolution of Reference: Evidence from Eye Movements
» Public Space, Civility, and Democracy
» Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Stellar explosions and their aftermath"
» What to do during a Wikipedia blackout: Teaching students to read primary literature
» Plutarch and the US Founding Fathers: What they learned from the classical world

Feb. 7
» Career & Job Expo
» Organ Series: Livre d’orgue de Montréal: Neil Cockburn

Feb. 8
» The Department of Archaeology Noon Hour Lecture Series
» Lunch and Learn: The Bible and Homosexuality - Jewish and Christian Perspectives
» Geoscience Colloquium
» Vampires and Villains:Addressing the place of young people’s out-of-school literacies in the classroom
» Slaughter in Paradise: Nazi U-Boats in the Caribbean 1942-1944

Feb. 9
» CMD Speaker Series: Exploring the Web without a Browser
» MARCS (Medieval and Renaissance Cultural Studies) Speakers' Series Presentation

Feb. 10
» CMD Workshop: Apps for the 99%: Rapid prototyping for iOS
» Darwin Day
» Department of English Research Seminar Series
» Internal Trade and Aggregate Productivity: Evidence from Canada
» Darwin’s Birthday Seminar: “The Evolution of Reasons”
» Film Industry Networking Night

Feb. 11
» Discovery Series: Histoire du Tango: Duo Aperio

Feb. 13
» The School of Public Policy Presents The James S. Palmer Lecture Series featuring: Larry Summers

Feb. 14
» Trojan Women by Euripides, adaptation by Gwendolyn MacEwen
» Free Cupcakes from NUTV!

Feb. 15
» Trojan Women by Euripides, adaptation by Gwendolyn MacEwen
» The Department of Archaeology Noon Hour Lecture Series
» Living on Top of the World: The First Rocky Mountaineers

Feb. 16
» Trojan Women by Euripides, adaptation by Gwendolyn MacEwen
» Voices in Law Lecture: Counter-Terrorism in Canada: 10 years after 9/11
» CMD Speaker Series: Coding Visuals

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