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MRU Media: 10/11/2019

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

MRU in the News

MRU develops app to translate Blackfoot language: (CTV News website – Jessie Loyer, faculty)

New app translates Blackfoot language: (CTV News at 5 – Jessie Loyer, faculty)

Blackfoot translation? There’s an app for that at MRU: (CTV News at 6, Oct. 10, 44:00)

Breathing life into ancient language at MRU: (City News, Breakfast Television – Chase Schraeder, student; Jessie Loyer, faculty)

Not sure how to pronounce Blackfoot words? This new augmented reality app will show you how: (Star Metro Calgary, Toronto Star – Jessie Loyer, faculty; Chase Schrader, student)

MRU student-designed AR app provides Blackfoot language translation: (LiveWire Calgary – Matt Laidlow, staff; Chase Schrader, student; Jessie Loyer, faculty; Anna Nuhn, staff)

Students/experts/alum in the news

Varcoe: What’s old is new again in Alberta’s energy war room: (Calgary Herald/Edmonton Journal – David Taras, faculty)

What would a minority government mean for Canada?: (570 News, 660 News – David Taras, faculty)

Doug Ford is Mad at Jason Kenney and Andrew Scheer For Making Him Look Like a Bad Premier: Report: (Press Progress – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Space to pursue dreams shines at Capella: (Calgary Herald – Monica Baehr, faculty)

Also worth noting

New research chair to help make University of Saskatchewan a ‘mecca’ for waterfowl and wetland studies: (CBC News)

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