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Dr. Maria Bakardjieva is exploring how Facebook and blogs are igniting civic engagement. >
As head writer on This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Albert Howell, BA ’86, encourages his audiences to form their own opinion on politics. The Political Science graduate uses his education in his work every... >
Anthropology students got the thrill of a life time when primatologist "rock star" Dr. Jane Goodall came to the U of C to impart words of wisdom on the future of our planet. >
Habitat loss due to human disturbances like land clearing, climate change, or natural disasters have influenced the work of anthropologists studying non-human primates since Dr. Jane Goodall first... >
Researchers in the Department of Geography are offering a resource to Calgarians who want to know where and when coyotes have been in their neighbourhoods and parks, as well as enlisting the help of... >
Alumna and musician Kathryn Ladano's unusual career path led to her passion, and gave her perspective. >
Dr. Margaret J. Osler, professor of History, passed away September 15, 2010. An accomplished academic, Osler studied and published extensively in the areas of history of science and religion,... >
Alberta Justice will fund research to evaluate the effectiveness of using GPS technology to monitor offenders in the community. The interdisciplinary research project will involve researchers in... >
World-famous primatologist, environmentalist and UN Messenger of Peace, Dr. Jane Goodall will deliver a public lecture at the Jubilee Auditorium at 7pm on Sunday, October 24, 2010, presented by the... >
Irving Hexham, a professor in the Department of Religious Studies, was elected a Fellow of Britain’s Royal Historical Society (RHS) this past spring. >
Ethnoarchaeology sounds like a mouthful, but for Autumn Whiteway it’s been her life for the last five years. She is one of 62 students who received a PURE award to practice her academic career in... >
Fifty three percent of food products specifically targeted to babies and toddlers in Canadian grocery stores have an excessive proportion—more than 20 per cent—of calories coming from sugar,... >
Montreal poet and translator Oana Avasilichioaei has been named the 2010 - 2011 Markin-Flanagan Canadian Writer-in-Residence. She will be in residence at the U of C from September 1, 2010 to June 30... >
A psychology study is looking at ways to decrease stigma of mental illness in the workplace. Employee and employer attitudes towards depression have a major influence on the health of people who... >
On April 1, 2010, the Faculties of Communication and Culture, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences became a single administrative unit named the Faculty of Arts. The following addresses how... >

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