University of Calgary

Fall 2011

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Features

The upcoming Dinos season features a charming teen quarterback, a new women’s soccer coach and an All-Canadian basketball hot shot
Schulich engineers Ian Gates, left, and Michael Kallos have received a research grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to explore ways to develop sustainable energy from human waste. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
Schulich researchers Ian Gates and Michael Kallos look for a poop-to-power solution to a global health problem

Upstanding Alumni

Rob Barrett completed his PhD while working as a pilot for Air Canada. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
It took some courage for Rob Barrett to research grassroots conflict in Nigeria
Diane Swiatek is realizing her dream of providing a trusting place to learn. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
Diane Swiatek’s independent school is built on safe and joyful learning
Long-time friends and former colleagues, Tim Duffin, left, and Stefan Horsky are now partners in Calgary’s newest microbrewery, Village Brewery. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
Two alumni pour their love of lager into a microbrewery

In this Issue

Elizabeth Cannon is the president and vice-chancellor of the University of Calgary. (Photo by Jason Stang)
It takes courage to envision what comes next
UC-Q nursing instructor Lisa Moralejo says playing on a men’s hockey team in Doha has helped improve her game. (Photo by John Gulka)
University of Calgary-Qatar nursing instructor feels at home on the ice with men’s team
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to the University of Calgary was truly unforgettable. (Photo by AFP/Getty Images)
A royal visit to campus

Jessica Theodor, centre, works with students from Notre Dame High School to find clues to the past in the rocks at a dig site. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
New project inspires budding high school scientists
David Monteyne’s new book traces civil defence architecture. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
David Monteyne’s new book traces civil defence architecture
MBA student Leanne Walper, far right, was part of a team that provided management consulting to Enviros’s CEO Chris Mahoney, far left, and Hazel Bergen, BSW’93, Enviros’s director of services and operations. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
MBA class provides Calgary non-profits with free management consulting