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Grand Opening and Career Night


Join us as we unveil UCalgary’s newest department: Earth, Energy, and Environment.

Focused on getting science done to solve key challenges – like energy security, climate change, and food & water security – this new interdisciplinary department will be the first of its kind in Canada.

This groundbreaking development will present countless opportunities for students, employers, and partners throughout Alberta. Together, we’ll maintain and grow Alberta’s science advantage as a destination of choice for energy, sustainability, and understanding our planet.

All that’s missing is you! On September 27, join the Earth@UCalgary community for a night of celebration, opportunity, and thought-provoking discussion – complete with food, drinks, and prizes!

Date and Time: September 27 from 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Location: MacEwan Hall A & B
Admission: Free

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Career Trade Show

Current and prospective students are invited to attend a trade show of leading employers in the Earth, Energy, and Environment fields. Learn more about industry career pathways and how to land your dream job in Earth, energy, or environmental sciences.

Our trade show exhibitors include:


Grand Unveiling: Earth, Energy, and Environment

Learn about the new department’s vision, planned training and research programs, and collaboration opportunities – then get the first-ever look at our launch video!

Panel Discussion: Future of the Sector

Our panel of industry experts will discuss the future of the Earth, energy, and environment sector. From AI to carbon capture, hear bold ideas and share your questions about what careers, technology, and trends will look like for the next 30 years!

View our panelists

Alumni and Industry Mix & Mingle

Catch up and reconnect with colleagues and professors from UCalgary and our industry partners. Learn more about the new department, share your feedback and ideas, and bring your high school-aged kids to explore a potential future at UCalgary!