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To facilitate volume and impacts of Revitalization,
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Meet alumna, current graduate student & new staff member, Chloe McNamee (BHSc '15).
Parking Services has approximately 150 parking permits to distribute to students on the waitlist. The majority are Lot Q permits returned by...
Free pancake breakfast being held on Campus August 23rd. Donations welcome for the SU Foodbank.
CALLING ALL SOUTHERN ALBERTAN ARTISTS! LAST CHANCE OF THE SEASON!
Homecoming weekend and the Shine On Summer Festival and Community Fair are quickly approaching. We are looking for volunteers to help make this epic...
Payroll deadlines for August
No idea how to approach a data management plan, or how to store your research data? Come to this hands-on workshop!
Nominate an individual or a group for an NSERC Award for Science Promotion The nomination deadline is September 1, 2017.
The University Archives (L1172) will be undergoing a renovation to expand its current space and install enhanced fire suppression systems to preserve the
CRN 31592 Time: MWF - 10:00-10:50 Room: B 756
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Please be advised that Records Management and the Writing Centre will be relocating to different spaces in the Library after Wednesday, June 28.
Process musical information for score notation and computer-aided composition in this unique Music course. Introduction to Audio Software Programming blends the gaming industry with music composition.
Explore musical theatre from its creation up to contemporary Broadway in this Music GLER course.
NSERC has communicated important updates relative to the Research Tools and Instruments (RTI) program.
Research Services is pleased to announce that summer research assistants are available to support faculty with the migration of their CV data into the Canadian Common CV (CCV) and UNIWeb systems.
Think Canadian Art History is Boring? Think Again!
The internal deadline for Banting PDFs applications is August 8, 2017.
A Sneak Peak at the 2017-18 PUBlic Professor Series season.
Beginning Fall 2017, the Department of New Media will be offering a new subject designation for its existing moving image courses: Cinema.