MRU Media

MRU Media: 02/06/2019

This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.

MRU in the News

Mount Royal University announces new president, set to take the helm in May: https://mru.ca/e658 (Calgary Herald, Print edition story appeared on Feb. 6, Page AX – Tim Rahilly, incoming president; Sue Mallon, chair of Board of Governors; David Docherty, president)

Mount Royal University announces new president: https://mru.ca/89ad (Calgary Sun/ Edmonton Sun – Tim Rahilly, incoming president; Sue Mallon, chair of Board of Governors; David Docherty, president)

Tim Rahilly, PhD, named president of Mount Royal University: https://mru.ca/4bc8 (SFU News – Tim Rahilly, incoming president)

New president announced at MRU: https://mru.ca/76f5 (CHQR radio, Feb. 5, 1:31: 53 p.m. – Tim Rahilly, incoming president)

Mount Royal University to welcome new leader: https://mru.ca/e003  (660 News website – Tim Rahilly, incoming president)

New president announced for MRU: https://mru.ca/a70e  (660 News radio – Tim Rahilly, incoming president)

University announces and welcomes Dr. Tim Rahilly as new president and vice-chancellor: https://mru.ca/fc0 (Education News Canada – Tim Rahilly, incoming president)

Honour Black History Month at Calgary’s first ever black film festival: https://mru.ca/f09 (Calgary Herald)

Students/experts/alum in the news

NDP’s actual 19-year-old candidate doesn’t think his age is a laughing matter: https://mru.ca/480 (CBC News – Erik Overland, student)

Fake or real? Consumers and marketing expert caution about believing online reviews: https://mru.ca/55a2 (Global News – Donna Dumont, faculty)

New book Orange Chinook chronicles rise of NDP: https://mru.ca/bcc (CHQR radio, Feb. 5, 2:18:45 p.m. – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Selkirk College Bursaries Provide Optimism in the Face of Challenge: https://mru.ca/7ed8 (The Boundary Sentinel – Meghan Stewart, alumna)

New director of Parks and Rec brings vast experience to job: https://mru.ca/6bc (Discover Moose Jaw – Derek Blais, alumnus)

Also worth noting

University of Calgary offers ‘groundbreaking’ free online course on sports concussions: https://mru.ca/35e1 (CBC News)

This post by pglenn@mtroyal.ca
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