University of Calgary

Jan. 20, 2010

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Olympic flame lights up Oval
About 6,000 Calgarians filled the Olympic Oval to see the Vancouver 2010 Olympic torch re-ignite memories of 1988 and anticipate new victories next month.

Research project reaches out to teens
University of Calgary researchers are involved in the Leap Project—a new clinical trial launched today aimed at helping teenagers living under a cloud of depression.

SU introduces new structure
The University of Calgary Students’ Union has changed its governance structure to help better represent undergraduate students while improving accountability and transparency.

Building construction productivity
A Schulich researcher is bringing wireless technology to job sites to increase industry’s productivity.

Doing business in China
The Haskayne School of Business presents a talk by David Ho, a former Greater China president for Nokia Corp., on the implications for Canadian firms wanting to do business in China.

Dinos in Action

Swimmers grab medals down under
Hot on the heels of winning silver and bronze in Australia, Dinos swimmers are heading to the Canada West championships this weekend in Lethbridge. 



> Webcast: Technical Overview of New WestGrid Clusters
> Presentation: Use Your Co-Curricular Record During Your Interview
> Talk: Climate Change and Rising Sea Level

Jan. 21
> Sigma Xi: Science in Cyber Game-space
> Open House: Computational Media Design
> The Nickle at Noon: The Kirghiz of Afghanistan
> Operetta: Miss Saigon
> Film/Book Launch: Caravaggio

Jan. 22
> Open House: Computational Media Design
> Info: Get Moving! A day of information about physical activity for cancer survivors
> Dinos: Women's BBall vs. UVic
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. U of M
> Dinos: Men's BBall vs. UVic
> Operetta: Miss Saigon

Jan. 23
> Dinos: Women's BBall vs. UBC
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. U of M
> Bash: CJSW Celebrates 25 Years on the FM Dial
> Dinos: Men's BBall vs. UBC
> Operetta: Miss Saigon @ 2 & 7 p.m.

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