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Calgary's James Love took the win with a tournament total of 7-under 135 for the Alberta Open Championship at Carnmoney Golf & Country Club. Starting the first round in sixth place, Love played a strong game on the second day, allowing him to capture the title. James Love Interview audio courtesy of Calgary Herald
Each year at Open House more than 7,000 prospective students and their families pack the University of Alberta Butterdome and North Campus to check out faculty and department information booths, presentations and tours, and discover what UAlberta life is all about. Learn more at http://ualberta.ca/openhouse
Farms and ranches across the province opened their gates for the first-ever Alberta Open Farm Days on August 24 and 25, 2013. Albertans came out to meet their rural neighbours to hear stories, see demonstrations, learn more about the farmers who grow their food and see what life is like on a farm. As well, some of Alberta's most talented chefs and rural communities hosted a memorable series of culinary events around the province using Alberta farm products. For more information about Open Farm Days, visit albertafarmdays.com.
Today is April 2nd, and the 2nd day of my VEDA (Vlog Every Day of April) series. Today I went to the University of Alberta, also known as U of A, here in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; more specifically to the Alberta School of Business, where today it was held their first ever MBA Open House. We got to know about the admission process; the MBA program, available both on a full-time basis and on a part-time basis; we had the opportunity to assist to 2 sample classes: 1 on International Business and the other on Innovation and Entrepreneurship and even an individual or group admissions consultation. It was a very productive day. On this video I show you guys the lecture "Admissions 101 - What you need to know", about the admissions process to the MBA program at the University of Alberta. It...
On Saturday, October 22, the U of A played host to thousands of prospective students and their families during Open House 2011 at the Butterdome. The annual event, organized by the Office of the Registrar, featured Faculty and Department information booths, information sessions, and tours. The Alumni Association hosted a relaxation area at the center of the displays with seating for guests, and alumni volunteers manned a photo booth, giving prospective students an opportunity to take some fun photographs with friends and family to commemorate their visit to campus. During the event, our U of A Alumni Student video team caught up with a few organizers and attendees.
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AFA's 2nd Vice President Humphrey Banack, and his wife Terry, opened their farm gates to the public on August 23, 2015. Participants in the annual Open Farm Days in Alberta, they shared their production processes, allowed people to climb up into farm equipment, and even took a few lucky families out harvesting peas. This is a look at the events of the day on their 106-year-old homestead near Round Hill, Alberta.