University of Calgary

Spring 2012

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Features

New competition offers art students recognition in the community
Inaugural graduates of Veterinary Medicine program pursue an array of careers

Upstanding Alumni

In his role at the Canadian Space Agency, David Kendall is helping to launch the next generation of space scientists. (Photo courtesy of Canadian Space Agency)
David Kendall is on a mission to keep Canada’s space program thriving
Artist Gisele Amantea works in a variety of mediums, but is focusing right now on flock. (Photo by Marc Montplaisir)
Gisele Amantea explores the domestic tableaus of her childhood with use of unusual material
Linda Taylor flies over Baghdad in a Blackhawk helicopter. (UN Photo/Rick Bajornas)
As a principal officer at the UN, Linda Taylor combines her passions for law and international politics

In this Issue

Historian Max Foran, BEd’68, MA’70, PhD’81, is a professor in the Department of Communication and Culture and edited Icon, Brand, Myth: The Calgary Stampede. (Photo by Jason Stang)
The institution is worth far more than “10 mad days in July”
L-R: Kevin Brown, Mac Van Wielingen and John Dielwart are ensuring that business students understand the importance of integrity, trust and respect. (Photo by Azriel Knight)
New centre at the Haskayne School of Business will entrench ethical business standards
Getting into the swing of Stampede

Shawn Marshall skis to the Kwadacha Glacier in northern British Columbia. (Photo by Tara Moran)
Novel boredom-buster keeps climatologists fit while sparing the environment
Among other national and international activities, Fred Wah is currently a faculty member at the Banff Centre for the Arts. (Photo by Ewan Nicholson)
As Parliamentary Poet Laureate, Fred Wah is engaging the nation with poetry
Bonnie MacRae-Kilb and Brad Kilb are part of a select group chosen to be volleyball statisticians. (Photo by Riley Brandt)
University family prepares for London Games