Alberta, University of

Alberta, University of,

at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; provincially supported; coeducational; chartered 1906, opened 1908. It has faculties of arts, engineering, medicine, agriculture, law, dentistry, education, pharmacy and pharmaceutical science, science, graduate studies and research, business, and physical education, as well as schools of library science, nursing, home economics, rehabilitation medicine, and native studies. The Boreal Institute for Northern Studies supports research in the circumpolar regions.
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Accredited Institutions: Alberta College of Art & Design, Ambrose University College, Athabasca University, Augustana University College (U of A), Blue Quills First Nations College, Bow Valley College, Canadian University College, Concordia University College, Fairview College (NAIT), Grande Prairie Regional College Keyano College, King's University College, The, Lakeland College, Lethbridge College, MacEwan College, Maskwachees Cultural College, Medicine Hat College, Mount Royal College, NAIT, NorQuest College Northern Lakes College, Olds College, Old Sun Community College, Portage College, Red Deer College, SAIT, University of Alberta, University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge
CALDO, a consortium of nine Canadian universities dedicated to international education, will provide training for an unlimited number of professionals from Peru at one or more of the consortium members, which are University of Alberta, University of Calgary, Dalhousie University, Universite Laval, Queen s University, University of Ottawa, University of Saskatchewan, University of Waterloo and Western University.
Calgary, Alberta, University of Calgary Press, 2011.
Located on the south campus of the University of British Columbia, TRIUMF is owned and operated as a joint venture, via a contribution through National Research Council Canada and supported by the Province of British Columbia, by a consortium of the following Canadian universities: University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, Carleton University, University of Manitoba, l'Universite de Montreal, Simon Fraser University, University of Toronto, and University of Victoria.
A legal team--comprised of scholars at the University of Alberta, University of Toronto, Universite de Montreal and Dalhousie University--received funding to examine the role of law in addressing infectious disease threats.
Graduate students from the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and Simon Fraser University have joined efforts and combined contacts, financial support, and different fields of expertise with ambitions to surpass 2003's major accomplishment.
Funds for the clinical trials, to be provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, will go to the following research centers: University of Alberta, University of Miami (FL), University of Minnesota, Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA), Washington University (St.
Straus holds honorary doctorates from the University of Alberta, University of Ottawa, and from Touro College in New York.
The company focuses its community investment in the areas of education, environment and sustainable construction with partners including Habitat for Humanity, The Calgary Zoo s Centre for Conservation Research, The University of Alberta, University of Calgary and Alberta Institutes of Technology (NAIT and SAIT).
Calgary, Alberta, University of Calgary Press and Athens, Ohio, Ohio University Press, 2008.
The full consortium is made up of: Alberta College of Art and Design, Athabasca University, The Banff Centre, Bow Valley College, Grande Prairie Regional College, Keyano College, Lakeland College, Lethbridge College, MacEwan, Medicine Hat College, Mount Royal College, NAIT, Norquest College Northern Lakes College, Olds College, Portage College, Red Deer College, SAIT Polytechnic, University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge.
The University of Alberta, University of Calgary and University of Lethbridge will each receive $3 million in grant funding over three years to expand campus mental health services and develop models of care that can be used on campuses across Alberta.
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