University of Calgary

March 9, 2010

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Haskayne students triumph at 24-hour competition
Haskayne students placed first and second as MBA teams from across Canada competed in the first annual Haskayne 24-Hour Case Competition.

Engineering students throw pies to help homeless youth
The annual Pi Week fundraiser starts today at noon at the Schulich School of Engineering.

Architecture students learn from the best in Spain
To share their experience, images from the students will be up in the EVDS Kasian Gallery every day until March 19.

U of C Press signs with NiCHE
Network in Canadian History & Environment is a confederation of over 300 researchers and educators looking at history through an environmental lens.


The Wall Street Journal
Feb. 26, 2010
The schools that rule the Winter Games

We know which countries produce the most Winter Olympic medals. But which colleges produce the most Olympians?

When it comes to foreign colleges, the University of Calgary is the gold medalist. The Western Canadian school—which benefits from its proximity to the Olympic Oval, a world-class speed-skating facility—has at least 20 current or former athletes in this year's Games.

The National Post
March 3, 2010
'Everything has changed'

Playwright, author and University of Calgary drama teacher Clem Martini, together with his younger brother, Olivier, has published Bitter Medicine: A Graphic Memoir of Mental Illness. Olivier chronicles the nearly 30-year-long saga in pictures, while Clem does so in words.

"When I discovered that my older brother had been diagnosed as well, I was completely crushed."

The Calgary Herald
March 6, 2010
Justice in Mayerthorpe still missing

On the fifth anniversary of the Mayerthorpe massacre of four RCMP officers, University of Calgary Law professor Peter Bowal argues that the 15 and 12-year sentences given to the two men who helped killer James Roszko get back to his farm before the tragedy are far too harsh. "A just society cannot rest while anyone is treated in disproportion to his culpability," writes Bowal. "Justice has not yet come to Mayerthorpe."


> Info: Changes in Supply Chain Management
> Talk: How Neoconservatism Changed Conservatism
> Film: Montalbano sono!: Excursion to Tindari
> Talk: The Splitting the Sky vs. George W. Bush Case

March 10
> Presentation: Homelessness in the News
> Emeritus Association Lecture: Genocide in Rwanda
> PeaceTalk: Military and Peacekeeping Ethics for a Culture of Peace

March 11
> Info: Changes in Supply Chain Management
> Chaplains' Book Study: Spiritual Leaders Who Changed the World
> Talk: Let the Punishment Fit the Crime: Environmental Prosecutions
> ISEEE Speakers Series: Geoengineering: Can International Intervention in the Climate System Reduce Climate Risk?

March 12
> Lecture: History of Medicine Days 2010
> Film: French Education Film Festival

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