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Investing in innovators is its own reward for new chair of U of A’s ThresholdImpact Venture Mentoring Service

For Kristina Milke, success is measured by the growth of an entrepreneurial community that helps people achieve the dreams that drive them.

'Only Black guy in the room': How systemic barriers hinder Black business-owners (Edmonton Journal)

Keenan Pascal still remembers what it feels like to be the only Black business owner in the room.

Leadership in Times of Change (New Trail)

It’s going to be messy, difficult and emotional — and worth it.

A $3.5 Million Pile Of Propaganda (Planet S Mag)

Alberta’s pro-oil inquiry revisits a past era’s dark denial

U of A alum steps into the kitchen on The Great Canadian Baking Show (The Gateway)

From being laid off to baking on a national stage, 2020 was a busy year for Larry Harris.

Edmonton Transit opens the door to U of A Health Accelerator startup’s germ-killing innovation

Pilot project by Outbreaker Solutions is testing antimicrobial door-push plates made of compressed salt in select transit stations.

New Hesje Observatory allows Augustana to reach for the stars (The Gateway)

Donor and alumnus Brian Hesje is interviewed about the Hesje Observatory, funded by him and opened recently at the Augustana Miquelon Lake Research Station.

Dear Elnaz documentary shows the human cost of the Flight PS 752 tragedy (The Gateway)

The film makes love and loss come to life.

University of Alberta offering new course on Indigenous business (CHED)

Dr. David Deephouse, Professor in the Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship & Management, University of Alberta, talks about a new course on Indigenous business.

'Refreshing change': Students excited about new U of A course on Indigenous business (CBC)

Course covers Indigenous entrepreneurs’ obstacles and accomplishments.

New course in Indigenous business (CBC Radioactive)

A new Indigenous business course has just started at the University of Alberta. We talk to the course's professor, a student, and a TA who has compared classes like this across the country.

Edmonton Transit partners with local company on germ-killing pilot project (Global Edmonton)

The Edmonton Transit Service has partnered with local biotechnology company Outbreaker Solutions on a pilot project that will see innovative germ-killing push plates installed on several doors at some transit centres and LRT stations. Here's a look at the product.

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