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Indigenous criminology students share passion to change the justice system from within

U of A criminology program has highest rate of Indigenous enrolment among all arts programs.

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New community-driven project aims to support revitalization of Indigenous languages for current and coming generations

Five-year project will build on success of diverse programs and expand relationships between U of A and communities.

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Research project aims to curb decline of biodiversity and improve health of Indigenous peoples worldwide

Indigenous resource management practices key to ending environmental degradation and loss of cultures while improving health, say researchers.

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Research Highlights


Energy channelled by space weather favours the north, new study shows


U of A researchers discover one of our cellular building blocks acts as a gel, not liquid as previously believed

U of A oncology researcher John Mackey (left) and cell biologist Luc Berthiaume

Target of new cancer treatment valid for breast as well as blood cancers: study

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Impact & Initiatives

Michael Lounsbury

Pilot program aims to give high schoolers a head start on becoming entrepreneurs


Canadian-led project saves lives in Somalia through innovative solar-powered oxygen system


U of A’s innovative wheat-breeding program gets $2M funding boost

Statements & Advisories

From the President’s Desk: Winter 2022’s safe start continues

U of A condemns sexual violence, strives for culture of care and consent

News Release: Nine Alberta post-secondary institutions enhance safety measures

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