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Applied Smarts, Changemakers, Community Life, Fun Stuff

Capilano Universe expands into the great outdoors

Roy Jantzen can hardly be accused of living in an ivory tower....
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Changemakers, Community Life, Global & Community Studies

Teaching a new kind of tourism

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Studying tourism isn’t what it used to be. Just hear what Chris Bottrill, instructor in Capilano University’s Tourism and Outdoor...

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Community Life, Education, Health & Human Development, Hot Topics, Student Life

The student brain: a work in progress

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Tracy Dignum wants you to know that she’s not a neurologist. What she is, however, is a thorough and talented...

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Arts & Sciences, Community Life, Fun Stuff

Your obsession with Game of Thrones, explained

Chances are good you know some big Game of Thrones fans. The ones who know what the “R. R.” stands...

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About Cap, Arts & Sciences, Community Life

Children of Air India

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Renée Sarojini Saklikar was 23 years old when her aunt and uncle were murdered on June 23, 1985 in the...

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About Cap, Arts & Sciences, Community Life

The Wounded Metropolis

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Capilano University art history professor, Sandra Seekins, takes us back to World War I on Tuesday, April 8 as part...

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About Cap, Hot Topics

More fascinating lectures to come

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The social psychology of rioting. The challenge of alternative technology. Depictions of World War I veterans. Capilano University’s popular Capilano...

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About Cap, Community Life, Global & Community Studies

Journeys to Jinhua: Cross-Cultural Teaching in China

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In an age of trans-global education, the influx and exodus of both students and teachers has risen dramatically. What contributes...

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About Cap, Arts & Sciences, Community Life

Capilano Universe lectures begin January 15

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Capilano Universe, Capilano University’s popular public lecture series, is back with another exciting lineup for 2014! The first talk is...

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Global & Community Studies, Hot Topics

Biologically-respectful tourism & environmental stewardship

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Catherine Evans, an instructor in Cap’s Faculty of Global and Community Studies, will present a summary of her research examining...

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Arts & Sciences, Community Life

Secrets of the forest

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This month, archaeologist Bob Muckle presents an unexpected history of early 20th century life in North Vancouver based on more...

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