Stories

October 2012
According to Marketing Magazine, MRU'S marketing program gets recognition for being one of the most progressive marketing programs in Canada ...
On Oct. 17 MRU and U of C came together to kick-off the Crowchild Classic, which will have the two universities now battling for more than bragging rights ...
Associate Professor, Natalie Meisner, becomes inspired to start a dialogue on political issues around the world through her one-act play titled, Pink Sugar.
On Oct. 18, MRU honoured the late Harry G. Schaefer by announcing the creation of a program established in his name in recognition for his legacy of mentorship ...
Associate Professor Robert Boschman provides insight on the mass production food system and the risks of contaminating meat ...
After changing it's layout and improving its services, the president honours the Library with the annual Busy Beaver Award ...
Sarah Hewitt, a professor in the Department of Biology, combines her passion for scientific research with her love of adventure and writing to document once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
The event will include a research/scholarship presentation of approximately 1 hour, as well as concurrent faculty and student poster presentations.
MRU's first-ever Skin and Wound Care Innovations Symposium will bring together pioneering scientists and entrepreneurs across Alberta who explore innovative ways to understand, prevent and treat wounds ...
On Monday, Oct. 15, MRU's University Advancement released the first edition of Summit magazine, a collaboration of Marketing and Communications, Alumni and the Foundation ...

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