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July 24, 2014
 
 
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Laurier researcher’s Project SOIL examines food production at schools, hospitals and other institutions
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Laurier appoints experienced partnership-builder to Assistant Vice-President: External Relations Laurier appoints experienced partnership-builder to Assistant Vice-President: External Relations
(Campus Update - Jul 23)
Milton to provide land worth $50m to Laurier for new campus Milton to provide land worth $50m to Laurier for new campus
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Laurier's Golf and Resort Management MBA specialization featured in <em> The Globe and Mail <em/> Laurier's Golf and Resort Management MBA specialization featured in The Globe and Mail
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Registrar's Newsletter: important information for Laurier students
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Laurier launches Mental Health First Aid training program for faculty and staff
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Continuing Studies launches new certificate in Program Evaluation as Organizational Development
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Laurier appoints new Director of Diversity & Equity Laurier appoints new Director of Diversity & Equity
(Campus Update - Jul 14)
<em>The Waterloo Region Record:</em> Laurier professor Linda Quirke discusses research on summertime parenting advice The Waterloo Region Record: Laurier professor Linda Quirke discusses research on summertime parenting advice
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Laurier-YMCA moving forward
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Tamas Dobozy, Faculty of English and Film Studies Tamas Dobozy won the $25,000 Rogers Writers’ Trust of Canada Fiction Prize for Siege 13, a collection of short stories about a bloody siege in Budapest during the Second World War. Siege 13 was also shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Awards in the fiction category. The jury for the Rogers Writers’ Trust prize said Dobozy’s thirteen stories “dazzle with their psychological nuance and brilliant attention to detail.”

Tamas Dobozy
Associate Professor,
Faculty of English and Film Studies