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Company Overview of University of Alberta
University of Alberta is a research-intensive university that offers graduate, undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs. The university offers programs in agriculture, forestry and home economics, arts, business management and accounting, education, engineering, law, medicine and dentistry, pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, and nursing. University of Alberta was founded in 1908 and is based in Edmonton, Canada.
116 Street - 85 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T6G 2R3
Founded in 1908
Key Executives for University of Alberta
Vice President of External Relations
Director of the Canadian VIGOUR Centre
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
University of Alberta Key Developments
Academic University of Alberta Announces the Appointment of Steven Dew to Provost and VP
Jun 22 15
Academic University of Alberta announced the appointment of Steven Dew to Provost and VP.
University of Alberta Appoints Heather McCaw as VP of Advancement
Jun 18 15
The University of Alberta has appointed Heather McCaw as vice-president (advancement), effective Sept. 15, 2015. McCaw will lead a team of more than 150 advancement professionals and build on record philanthropic support. Currently co-director of the University of British Columbia's $1.5-billion fundraising and alumni engagement campaign and associate vice-president (development), McCaw has more than 25 years' experience in university fundraising andstrategic business partnerships, with a consistent track record of success and innovation in garnering international support for programs, endowments and capital projects in a multicampus institution. Along with her university experience, McCaw has been vice-president of two associated consulting companies, Give Canada Fundraising Corporation and Spectrum Marketing Corporation.
University of Alberta Appoints Steven Dew as Provost and Vice-President (Academic), Effective from July 1, 2015
Jun 18 15
The University of Alberta has appointed Steven Dew as provost and vice-president (academic), effective July 1, 2015. Dew was responsible for securing and supporting $85-million, openaccess nanotechnology facilities used by 340 research and industry groups.
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