This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
Helping Alberta businesses scale up despite COVID-19: https://mru.ca/b08e (Calgary’s Business, Business Insider – Simon Raby, faculty; Khalid Abdul Razak, MRU Entrepreneur in Residence)
Post-secondaries look to fall for return to in-person classes: https://mru.ca/c6a (CHQR, News 770, The Morning Show, March 12, 7:19 a.m. – Tim Rahilly, President and Vice-Chancellor)
Calgary post-secondary students excited about possible return to campus: https://mru.ca/36017 (Global News at 6 – Sophie Schneider, student)
Calgary post-secondary students excited about possible return to campus in September: https://mru.ca/a946 (Global News – Sophie Schneider, Chelsea Presakarchuk, students)
Students look ahead to fall: https://mru.ca/a84c (CHQR, News 770)
GUEST COLUMN: Everyone is finding savings, so can Alberta’s universities and colleges: https://mru.ca/f3bb (Edmonton Sun)
Students/experts/alum in the news
NDP takes slight lead over UCP as economic unease lingers, poll suggests: https://mru.ca/72dc (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Despite political skills, Kenney has a fight on his hands: https://mru.ca/e59d (CBC News at 6 – Duane Brat, faculty)
Texans have a right to be warm just as northerners have a right to be cold: https://mru.ca/595 (Toronto Star – Gillian Steward, faculty)
Also worth noting
Labour groups step up fight against expected program cuts at Laurentian University: https://mru.ca/5699 (CTV News)
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