University of Calgary

Feb. 4, 2010

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Heart treatment depends on geography
A new study by Faculty of Medicine scientists concludes that while the majority of Canadians have access to the most effective life-saving heart treatment, results vary widely across the provinces.

The challenge: Defy the deficit
Martin Glynn, the Haskayne School of Business’s Jarislowsky Fellow, is challenging students to find spending solutions for the federal government and will take the winner to the Pengrowth box for a Flames game.

Research into diabetes and obesity supported
A funding competition has been opened for interdisciplinary research teams at the U of C to access $690,000 allocated from the Doucet Estate for research on diabetes and obesity.

A hair-raising campaign
Three U of C residence student leaders are getting their hair cut into mullets today and raising money for Haiti earthquake relief in the process.



Until Feb. 14
Erase the Waste 200 gram Challenge

> Exhibition Tour: Roadmap: Starting Points and Side Roads in Building a Collection
> Science in the Cinema: The Sea Inside
> Spanish for Reel: Atame (Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!)
> Film: Monty Python's Life of Brian (Extended Version)
> Markin-Flanagan Distinguished Writers Program: Reading by Hiromi Goto
> Discovery Series: Music in Many Dimensions with QUASAR Saxophone Quartet

Feb. 5
> Talk: The Role of Compassion in Tibet’s Assimilation of Buddhism
> Improv: Inter Faculty Improv Night 2010
> Dinos: Women's VBall vs Brandon
> Talk: Coins of the Ptolemies
> Dinos: Men's VBall vs Brandon

Feb.  6
> Dinos: Women's VBall vs. Brandon University
> Dinos: Men's VBall vs. Brandon University

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