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November 23, 2010

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Dinos in Action

Vanier Cup—Go Dinos!
Support our Dinos football team by submitting a fan message on the Vanier Cup webpage. Students and alumni are eligible to win a free trip for two to the 2010 Vanier Cup in Québec City this weekend.

Dinos scoreboard
Dinos’ wins and losses.


Jack Perraton to retire as Board of Governors chair
Decision to step down follows after 12 years of volunteer service to University of Calgary.

MarCom Awards
U of C communications staff bring home a number of prestigious, international MarCom Awards.

$3 million for stroke research
Research Chair to benefit University of Calgary.

Campus Connection

Geoscience open house
Meet students and researchers and explore new professional courses offered downtown at the geosciences open house this Thursday.



> Science Café: Reinventing Nature Using Synthetic Biology
> Winners of the Uprising National Playwriting Competition: Peace, Politics and Society
> Students and new Canadians talk frankly about the impact of the economic downturn

Nov. 15–Dec. 4
> Power OFF Challenge

Nov. 24
> Military Museums open house
> Past, Present and Future: The Dictionary of Canadian Biography
> Movies that Matter Documentary Series: Sons of Perdition

Nov. 25
> Book study: Becoming Human by Jean Vanier
> Geoscience open house
> Book launch celebrates Women Who Care

Nov. 26
> The Double Pulsar: Aurora Borealis and testing theories of gravity
> Women’s volleyball: Dinos vs. Regina
> Men’s hockey: Dinos vs. Regina
> Women’s hockey: Dinos vs. Regina
> Men’s volleyball: Dinos vs. Regina

Nov. 27
> Women’s volleyball: Dinos vs. Regina
> Women’s hockey: Dinos vs. Regina
> Men’s volleyball: Dinos vs. Regina
> Men's football: Dinos vs Laval

Nov. 25–27
> Dance Montage 2010

Nov. 28
> Alumni family skate with Santa
> A Maverick celebration: closing event

Nov. 30
> Play: Perfect Pie

Dec. 1
> ISEEE Experts Series

Dec. 2
> Alberta/Haskayne executive MBA info session
> Dr. Thomas Williams presents Another Inconvenient Truth: Snails Are More Intelligent Than Us

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