Stories

September 2016
Faculty and flexible courses help in face of Fort Mac fire
MRU faculty broadcast globally with Teaching Strides.
Chief Wilton Littlechild came to Mount Royal for an engaging discussion with the campus community about the lasting impacts of residential schools on education, families and Canada as a whole …
Under Western Skies 2016: Water—Events, Trends, Analysis will be held at Mount Royal University, Sept. 27-30.
Starting Sept. 6 and throughout the month, Mount Royal is welcoming students back to campus in true MRU style — a Welcome Back 3.0, if you will.
Earning a university degree holds more in common with designing consumer goods than most people believe, contend researchers with Mount Royal University’s Bissett School of Business.
Nisha Panesar is a Mount Royal University Student currently working towards a B.Sc. in Environmental Science. Nisha's interest in geographic information systems has led to her becoming involved with gathering data on logging, recreation, and other land use in the Ghost Watershed, northwest of Calgary.
A participatory action community gardening study and horticultural therapy group intervention for seniors at Mount Royal University.
On Sunday, Sept. 4, celebrate inclusion, acceptance, and equality along with 60,000 other Calgarians at the city’s annual Pride Parade.

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