Park-like setting

I've always felt privileged to work on a university campus. The wisdom of the buildings and the knowledge of the trees inspire me daily as I walk to my office. The sunlight streaming on the lawn where students will soon be studying creates a warmth like no other. Being able to watch, learn and share the journey of students as they grow and mature into adults is an uplifting experience.

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Musings from the early years

By Robert Dewar, Professor Emeritus of Psychology

Early my first year (1965) here there was a reception for new faculty at the home of President Armstrong. The university was...

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Putting the University of Calgary on the international map

By Ramesh Joshi, Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering

This just to make an attempt to let you know about a small contribution this old man made to put the University of...

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