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Leaving the University of Alberta Alumni Council

It’s been a fantastic experience with the Alumni Council. Got to meet a lot of people and worked on some great projects over the two years. 203 more words

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University of Alberta to be home to national ice core archive

The key to looking upwards of 20,000 years into the past will soon find a home in Edmonton as the University of Alberta is set to welcome Canada’s ice-core archive. 308 more words

Edmonton

Eco Move Out: A photo diary

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Eco Move Out runs from April 15 to May 4, 2015, giving thousands of students the opportunity to donate their stuff for reuse or recycling as they move out of residence. 325 more words

People

barnfeline reblogged this on Kateryna Barnes and commented:

Sometimes my colleagues and I get to do some very cool things, like Eco Move Out. I'm spoiled since I didn't do much heavy lifting-- just holding a camera or doors. :) The hardworking Eco Move Out Street Team being awesome 

Eco Move Out: A photo diary

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Eco Move Out runs from April 15 to May 4, 2015, giving thousands of students the opportunity to donate their stuff for reuse or recycling as they move out of residence. 325 more words

People

Satirizing Climate Change

by Brendan Busch

Observing that even believers in climate change are reluctant to take significant action against it, Dr. Inger-Lise Kalviknes Bore, a Lecturer in Media and Cultural Theory at Birmingham City University, and Dr. 479 more words

Climate Change

University of Calgary grad student's research used in high-profile 'home-brew heroin' commentary

Some of the ground-breaking research that opens the door for home-brewed drugs, including heroin, can be traced back to the work done by a small group of graduate students at the University of Calgary. 414 more words

Calgary

Preaching to the Choir

This week: how do we go beyond preaching to the choir? How do we open up a conversation beyond the inner circle? We’ve got two stories today – one about a cross-country project called Train of Thought aiming to get First Nations and settler people talking about the struggles we have in common. 45 more words

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