1. Meghan Senger

    Keeping people and pets together

    Pre-veterinary students volunteer time and knowledge to help vulnerable people care for their animals companions

  2. Stan Blade

    International Year of Pulses highlights powerful food of the future

    Dry peas and beans, lentils, chickpeas, can fight both disease and global warming

  3. Alexandra Shuttleworth

    Passionate speech about Golden Rice delivers Macgregor Smith win for third-year student

    Strong field highlights 84th edition of ALES student public speaking competition

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In the News

  1. The story of oat breeding and research

    Grainews - Story about oat research in Canada notes the work of Linda Hall of the University of Alberta.

  2. Urban farming growing in Edmonton

    CBC – Story chronicles the evolution of Reclaim Urban Farm, a successful urban green garden venture started by two ALES alumni that currently supplies many Edmonton markets and restaurants.

  3. We need to start caring for caregivers

    We can no longer afford to treat family care as essentially free labour, undertaken within families as a private matter with no relevance for the rest of society, says Janet Fast, a professor in the Department of Human Ecology at the University of Alberta. She is the author of Caregiving for Older Adults with Disabilities: Present Costs, Future Challenges, published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy.

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