“The main message they wanted to communicate was that they are like older parents in most ways, in that they want the best for their kids.”

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November
2018

A unique participatory research project led by a University of Alberta education researcher has enabled teen parents to share the reality of their daily lives and build empathy and support within their communities.

U of A educational psychologist Melissa Tremblay worked with teen families in a supportive housing program based at the Terra Centre for Teen Parents in Edmonton to build a photovoice project, where participants were encouraged to document their experiences with a camera.

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November
2018

Federal funding to help create artificial intelligence hub at U of A

New space will facilitate collaboration between industry and academia to bring new AI products to market.

The federal government believes Edmonton and the University of Alberta will lead Canada into the
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November
2018

Population of rare Stone’s sheep smaller than previously thought

Genetic analysis reveals misclassification of subspecies of thinhorn sheep, and leads to a more accurate estimate.

The already-rare Stone’s sheep of the Yukon is 20 per cent less common than previously thought,
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November
2018

U of A makes strong gains in latest ranking of Canada’s top 50 research universities

Significant funding boosts see U of A exceed $500 million in revenue earmarked for research.

The University of Alberta was among the leaders in a new ranking of Canadian universities’ research
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November
2018

What the ‘Spanish flu’ pandemic of 1918 has to teach us today

What happened a century ago shapes our understanding of the flu to this day.

By GEOFF McMASTER One hundred years ago this month, the so-called Spanish flu swept across the