University of Calgary

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Spring/Summer 2014

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Features

Brainstorming ideas is less about what’s inherently in your brain and more about how, and where, you choose to practise it.
With so many new adventures opening in Alberta this summer, the question becomes — which will you toss in your bucket first?

Upstanding Alumni

In this Issue

From term endings to a dual-country law degree — discover what’s new on campus, and off.
Take a peek backstage with two drama alumni, John Gilchrist and Rebecca Northan.
Nancy Pollock-Ellwand and David Down
From Calgary’s new initiatives on health and wellness to bridging international research.

How a group of alumni helped buy the Phoenix Coyotes for a cool US$170-million.
How did Robin Terentiuk and her late husband Fred help educate more than 23 students?
Drop into Isabelle Barrette-Ng’s class and discover what rap and a chocolate bunny have to do with biochemistry.
Test your knowledge of the university’s hot water tunnel system and you could win tickets to the Glacier Skywalk.
Vern Kimball, CEO of the Calgary Stampede and president of the Alumni Association, shares highlights of the university’s Alumni Strategy.
Vern Kimball, CEO of the Calgary Stampede and president of the Alumni Association, shares highlights of the university’s Alumni Strategy.
Associate VP, Alumni, Mark C. Sollis focuses on how best to build a dynamic and relevant alumni community, one brick at a time.
Associate VP, Alumni, Mark C. Sollis focuses on how best to build a dynamic and relevant alumni community, one brick at a time.

Meet Lawrence Braul, CEO of the Trinity Place Foundation of Alberta, who's hammered his way to the helm of a local housing program.
In March, Kubes was appointed to lead one of the University of Calgary’s six multidisciplinary strategic research themes: “Infections, Inflammation and Chronic Diseases in a Changing World.”
Fighting infections with antibiotics is a complicated business, Dr. Paul Kubes explains why.
Connect with fellow grads and discover who’s doing what where.