Tagged ed mccauley

What does the 2019 federal budget mean for students?

By Derek Baker, March 22 2019 — Minister of Finance Bill Morneau tabled the 2019–20 Canadian federal budget to the House of Commons on March 19. The budget forecasts a $19.8-billion deficit and like last year also includes a $3-billion “budgetary risk adjustment.” Titled Investing in the Middle Class, the budget is a massive 460-page…

Ask the President: An introductory Q & A with Ed McCauley

By Matty Hume, February 11 2019 — The Gauntlet sat down with the University of Calgary’s new president and vice-chancellor, Ed McCauley, for an introductory Q&A session. But we wanted you to ask the questions. McCauley, who has served as the university’s vice-president research since 2011, was unanimously recommended as a replacement for Elizabeth Cannon on…

Presidential transition: An opportunity

January 7 2019 — It’s a new era at the University of Calgary as a new face is sitting in the president’s seat after nearly a decade. Ed McCauley officially took the university’s reins on Jan. 1, becoming the U of C’s ninth president and vice-chancellor. Previously, McCauley was the institution’s vice-president of research. It’s…

Ed McCauley announced as next U of C president

By Matty Hume and Jason Herring, November 8 2018 — University of Calgary Board of Governors chair Jill Wyatt announced the next U of C president and vice-chancellor Thursday morning. Ed McCauley will begin the presidential role on Jan. 1, 2019 after a unanimous recommendation by the Presidential Steering Committee. McCauley has served as the…

U of C seeks consultation on Academic and Research Plans

By Saima Asad, June 5 2017 — The University of Calgary began the consultation process for its new Academic and Research Plans on June 1. The campus-wide survey is open until June 23 and has received roughly 900 responses so far. The plans will replace the 2012–2017 Academic and Research Plans that followed the 2011…

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