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Students learn to work together with faculties outside their own during three-day hackathon

Teams from diverse academic backgrounds design better homes for seniors at inaugural Calgary Interprofessional Challenge.


Virtual classroom links Haskayne students to U.S., China, Mexico ...

Haskayne School of Business students are no strangers to teamwork in the classroom. However, a new experiential learning project, X-culture, challenges students to work in groups with individuals worldwide to solve real problems faced by real businesses.


Surviving in a low energy price environment

At the recent Alliance Pipeline Seminar - Driving cost savings, efficiencies and performance in any price environment, Vineeta Maguire, vice-president of Supply Management Services (SMS) at Encana, spoke about how the SMS team working in partnership with operations and suppliers achieved cost savings of over $300 million in 18 months.


Larry Shelley's decades of volunteering recognized with Management Alumni Excellence Award

Looking back at his career in finance and his long track record of volunteering, Larry Shelley, BComm’80, says he was taught the importance of community involvement and interaction in the early stages of his career.


Philip Lozano, BComm’03

Shortly after graduating from Haskayne, Philip Lozano (BComm’03) found himself searching for more meaningful work beyond the corporate world. He discovered a passion for connection and community and is currently Community Economic Development Coordinator for Thrive.


University of Calgary 50th Anniversary

Learn more about the University of Calgary’s history, share your stories and join us to celebrate!



Upcoming Events



Building the Business Case for Indigenous Inclusion

This latest ConocoPhillips IRIS seminar will outline the business case for developing an Aboriginal relations strategy for an organization not directly involved in the Indigenous inclusion that stems from the duty to consult and accommodate.




Have we reached the bottom yet?

As the province struggles through its second year of recession, this latest Enbridge Research in Action seminar will address questions such as: how long will this last? Have we seen the worst of it, and if so, when can we expect recovery?