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One less thing to do: students move to single sign on One less thing to do: students move to single sign on
(Campus Update - Sep 29)
Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell
(News - Sep 29)
Laurier promotes working smoke alarms during Fire Prevention Week
(News Release - Sep 29)
Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award
(News Release - Sep 26)
Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Redevelopments help make Laurier’s Waterloo campus more pedestrian and bike friendly
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Former Edna Staebler Writer-in-Residence shortlisted for $100,000  Siminovitch Prize Former Edna Staebler Writer-in-Residence shortlisted for $100,000 Siminovitch Prize
(Campus Update - Sep 25)
Seventh annual Laurier Loop fundraising run Sept. 28 Seventh annual Laurier Loop fundraising run Sept. 28
(Campus Update - Sep 24)
<em>The Record:</em> Laurier professor hosts Harry Potter chat at Kitchener Public Library The Record: Laurier professor hosts Harry Potter chat at Kitchener Public Library
(News - Sep 24)
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Michael Stark ('05), Bachelor of Science, Computer Science Michael Stark has a passion for research and development. Less than a year after graduating with an honours degree in Computer Science, Stark had created a real-time, web accessible, tire pressure monitoring system for giant,earth-mover tires used on mining vehicles. Stark coupled his tire pressure monitoring system with an advanced memory storage device and integrated it with software to allow users to fully track and record the history of their tires.

Michael Stark ('05)
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science