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Syndication

Mike Landry, BSc'89, detection lead scientist, LIGO Hanford Observatory, explains his role in the discovery of gravitational waves. 

Direct download: 80_Mike_Landry_rides_Einsteins_wave.mp3
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Annalise Klingbeil, BA’11, Calgary Herald city reporter, discusses the rapidly changing world of print journalism.

Direct download: 79_Annalise_Klingbeil_wants_to_be_the_first_to_know.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am MDT

For Laura Lucier, BSc'99, moving the Canadarm2, installing new experiments and preventing systems failures are all a part of her everyday routine.

Direct download: Laura_Luciers_Adventures_in_mission_control.mp3
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Ian Chiclo, BA’91, VP Business Development, Corkscrew Media, remembers the life and death of Calgary’s first alternative weekly, FFWD.

Direct download: Ian_Chiclo_defender_of_the_alternative_voice.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am MDT

Mike Czuba, MFA’11, playwright and theatre creator, discusses the importance of UCalgary’s Taking Flight Festival.

Direct download: 76_Mike_Czuba_Takes_Flight.mp3
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Legendary Haskayne professor Dr. Bob Schulz goes from undefeated high school pitcher to king of competitive case studies.

Direct download: The_one_and_only_Dr_Bob.mp3
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Aritha van Herk, writer and English professor, is still passionate about teaching after 32 years in the classroom. 

Direct download: 75_Aritha_van_Herk_creatively_loses_her_temper.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am MDT

Doctor Mom draws from industry experience to help students better understand civil engineering. 


Tony Russell, award-winning biological science professor, reflects on 40 years of teaching.

Direct download: Tony_Russell_and_thousands_of_cat_skeletons.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am MDT

Andrew Rodych, BA'10, MPP'12, tackles questions about government policy making, bike lanes, Calgary's role in Canada’s public policy debates, and more.