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UAlberta ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Vice-Provosts and student Vice-Presidents from the University of Alberta took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on September 12.

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Six UAlberta faculty members named to Royal Society

In recognition of their outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievements, six University of Alberta faculty members have been elected as fellows of the Royal Society of Canada.

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Distinguished University Professor

In recognition of his outstanding record of scholarly research, teaching and service, the University of Alberta has appointed Dr. Brian Jones as a Distinguished University Professor.

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Science prof looks to past climate change to understand future impact

A former University of Alberta PhD student has come back to campus as an assistant professor, to explore and teach about the mysteries of natural climate warming and ice age history, on the heels of a newly published paper in Nature.

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Ancient rocks yield clues about Earth's earliest crust

The University of Alberta geochemistry student spent the better part of three years collecting and studying ancient rock samples from the Acasta Gneiss Complex in the Northwest Territories, part of his PhD research to understand the environment in which they formed.

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Computer simulation of marine ice accretion

The Royal Society's "Most-Read Articles during November 2013" listed a paper by EAS Professor Emeritus, Dr. Edward P. Lozowski, (co-authored with Krysztof Szilder and Lasse Makkonen), as the 6th most read article on the top fifty list.

Message from the Planning Director

It is my pleasure to welcome both new and returning students to the Planning program at the University of Alberta. We eagerly look forward to an exciting and challenging year for faculty and students alike and trust that it will be filled with new discoveries, perspectives and friendships.