Join us in celebrating some of the recent achievements of our alumni, students and faculty members.
Women’s economic empowerment is the next frontier for social transformation, says researcher.
The stories and achievements of eight of the many women at the U of A whose work challenges the status quo.
Adam Galovan (Human Ecology) said the key to a happy long-term romantic relationship is thinking “we” instead of “me.”
Want a romantic relationship that makes you happy? Think about the ‘we’ rather than the ‘me’, says Adam Galovan (Human Ecology). Instead of focusing only on what’s in it for you, think about what’s good for the relationship.
Meet Semhar Berhe, a member of the class of Fall 2021 who is graduating with her master’s degree in Human Ecology from the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences. Hear from Semhar on connecting with the ALES community and the value of interdisciplinary work.
Patricia Dolez (Human Ecology) is protecting frontline workers by designing textiles with superpowers.
Rochelle Ignacio never envisioned she’d become the co-founder of local popup Black-Owned Market Edmonton (BOM YEG).
Jack Francis, a volunteer at the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences’ museum, is profiled.
Stan Blade, dean of the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences, explained that the U of A has the good fortune to be directly engaged with key sectors — across energy, health, agriculture and forestry — within the province.