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July
Jul 28/14 Laurier researcher’s Project SOIL examines food production at schools, hospitals and other institutions   Headline
May
May 21/14 Laurier researcher Philip Marsh wins prestigious J. Tuzo Wilson Medal   Headline
May 9/14 Alumni Association presents Awards of Excellence   Headline
March
Mar 14/14 Laurier event explores exciting field of citizen science   Headline
Mar 13/14 Laurier researchers talk “Big Data” at digital scholarship event   Headline
Mar 11/14 Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems to explore 'Food, diversity and inclusion' at public discussion   Headline
January
Jan 20/14 Laurier Research project RinkWatch making headlines once again   Headline
Jan 2/14 Canadians ignoring lessons from past disasters, Laurier prof Simon Dalby argues   Headline
December
Dec 19/13 Laurier research project RinkWatch featured in the Montreal Gazette   Headline
Dec 18/13 Backyard rinks help Laurier researchers track climate change   Headline
Dec 6/13 Laurier's Centre for Cold Regions and Water Science featured in The Globe and Mail ad   Headline
November
Nov 29/13 CBC: Low snow melt drying up Old Crow Flats, says Dr. Brent Wolfe   Headline
Nov 28/13 Centre for Cold Regions and Water science to host open house   Headline
Nov 19/13 Dr. R. McLeman discusses world's first climate change refugee in The Globe   Headline
Nov 14/13 Dr. Philip Marsh named Canada Research Chair in Cold Regions Water Science   Headline
Nov 13/13 Laurier opens reseach centre for sustainable food systems   Headline
Nov 13/13 Centre for Cold Regions Water Science video   Headline
Nov 13/13 Laurier's Robert McLeman discusses world's first climate change refugee with the CBC   Headline
October
Oct 17/13 Laurier PhD student discusses water research in the Arctic at THEMUSEUM   News Release
January
Jan 8/13 Laurier researchers use backyard rinks to track climate change   News Release
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