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ArtsNow - January 21, 2016

Water 'fingerprints' used to time the race of rain and snowmelt to rivers 
New findings have serious implications for water pollution and ecosystem health More »


Dance series explores themes of PTSD and climate change 
Choreographers Marie France Forcier and Melanie Kloetzel present works Jan 21-23 for Professional Series, Dance More »


Researcher says multiple voices needed in climate change policy 
Look beyond scientific and economic framing of climate change, says Geography's Gwendolyn Blue More »


Federal minister of finance consults with students 
Nation-wide tour includes dialogue with University of Calgary Political Science students More »



Arts Voices: A glimpse into the future: Islamic State U, Class of 2025 
Michael Zekulin, Department of Political Science, writes an op-ed for the Globe and Mail More »

Arts Voices: 'Some great reporters lost their jobs': Alberta journalists grieve Postmedia cuts 
Gregory Taylor, Department of Communication, Media and Film, speaks with Global News More 

Faculty of Arts members are making news headlines every day. Click here to see the articles.

Call for Nominations

Nominations are being accepted until February 26 for the 2016 U Make a Difference Awards. The event will be held on April 29. Nominate your colleagues who exemplify excellence, making outstanding contributions to the University of Calgary's vision. More »

Nominations are being accepted until February 19 for the Women's Resource Centre's WRC Awards. The awards honour a University of Calgary alumna, female undergraduate student and female graduate student. The WRC Awards 2016 ceremony will be held on March 19. More »


Congratulations to Jonathan Yeoh, a Bmus student in the School of Creative and Performing Arts who has been selected for the Assistant Principal Bass position at The National Ballet of Canada. 

Upcoming Events
Jan 21: INTIF: Introduction to interpretation seminar
Jan 21: Worn out in the reading. Xenophon's Cyropaedia (w/ Noreen Humble)
Jan 21-23: Pro Series (Dance)
Jan 22: The role of awe in environmental ethics (Philosophy Speakers w/ Katie McShane)
Jan 25: Latin Jazz
Jan 25: Situating open government data: A crossroads in government-citizen relationship
Jan 27: Adverse selection in the labor market and the demand for vocational education (Economics seminar)
... events continued
Jan 28: Latin American Research Centre Film Series: Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) (Argentina) 
Jan 29: Japanese speech contest (deadline to apply)
Jan 29: Visiting artist: Rita McKeough
Jan 29: After posthegemony 
Jan 29: Beyond the lecture hall: PSGSA Speaker Series featuring Paul Fairie
Jan 29: Philosophy Speakers Alumni Series w/ Jay Odenbaugh
More events: 

The next issue of ArtsNow will be published on Thursday, January 28, 2016.


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