MRU Media

MRU Media: 06/17/2021

MRU in the media: 

Future prosperity depends on ‘army of innovators’: (Calgary Herald Ray DePaul, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

MRU honours four community builders with honorary doctorates at spring convocation: (The Reflector – Elder Miiksika’am, honorary degree recipient; Louise Bernice Halfe, Christine Silverberg, Hal Kvisle, honorary degree recipients;  Tim Rahilly President)

Faculty, alum, students in the media:

Keystone XL is cancelled — so now what?: (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

More bystanders reporting hate crimes: Calgary police: (CityNews, 660 – Doug King, faculty)

Police search victims of hate crimes: (660 News – Doug King, faculty)

Alberta Prime Time Politics Panel: (CTV Two – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Community-led efforts promoting multiculturalism: (Government of Alberta –  Liza Choi, faculty)

Calgary actor Kelsey Flower landed a lead on Netflix’s Black Summer and ran with it: (Calgary Herald – Kelsey Flower, alumna)

Also worth noting: 

$635M investment from feds receives lukewarm reception from the research community: (University Affairs)

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