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List of University of Calgary people


List of University of Calgary people

This is a list of people associated with the University of Calgary.


  • Alumni 1
    • Archeology 1.1
    • Business Administration/Commerce 1.2
    • Classics 1.3
    • Computer Science 1.4
    • Economics 1.5
    • Engineering 1.6
    • English/Literature/Humanities/Fine Arts 1.7
    • International Relations 1.8
    • Law 1.9
    • Mathematics 1.10
    • Medicine 1.11
    • Natural Sciences 1.12
    • Political Science 1.13
    • Social Sciences 1.14
    • Social Work/Library Studies/Education/ECE 1.15
    • Sports 1.16
  • Faculty 2
    • Law 2.1
    • History 2.2
    • Sociology 2.3
    • Political Science 2.4
    • Mathematics 2.5
    • Medicine 2.6
    • Institute for Sustainable Energy Environment and Economy 2.7
  • References 3


Alumni are listed by their department of study.


Business Administration/Commerce


Computer Science



English/Literature/Humanities/Fine Arts

International Relations




  • Sue Pedersen, M.D.: endocrinologist and world expert on obesity.
  • Sanjeev Dutta, M.D.: associate professor at Stanford University.
  • D. George Wyse, M.D.: pharmacologist, internationally recognized expert in Cardiac Arrhythmia

Natural Sciences

Political Science

Social Sciences

Social Work/Library Studies/Education/ECE



Faculty are listed by their academic department.


  • Kathleen Mahoney, Q.C., LL.B., LL.M., Diploma in International Human Rights Law (University of Cambridge, Institut International des Droits de l'Homme, Strasbourg), Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada, Human Rights Fellow (Harvard Law School), Counsel to Bosnia Herzegovina at the International Court of Justice, named Expert Advisor to InterAction Council of Former Heads of State and Government, Secretary of the National Academy of Social Sciences for the Royal Society of Canada.
  • Jack Mintz, Ph.D., (cross-appointed to School of Public Policy), former President and CEO of C.D. Howe Institute, widely published consultant to World Bank, IMF and OECD, Special Advisor to Canadian Dept of Finance (1984-86), Independent Director of Imperial Oil Ltd. since 2005, named among worlds top experts in tax policy by UK Magazine (2004), named among five most influential experts in regulation by the Financial Post (2012), Research Fellow at Oxford University.



Political Science



  • Morley D. Hollenberg: pharmacologist, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada [1]
  • Quentin Pittman: neuroscientist (fever research)[2]
  • Eldon Smith: cardiologist, Advisory Board Chair of the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta
  • John L. Wallace: pharmacologist (inflammation research), Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada [3] & entrepreneur (co-founder of Nicox, founder of Antibe Therapeutics [4])
  • Michael Walsh: molecular biologist, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
  • Samuel Weiss: neuroscientist, Director of the Hotchkiss Brain Institute
  • Heart Rhythm Society

Institute for Sustainable Energy Environment and Economy

  • Joseph Arvai: Professor of Geography and Svare Chair in Applied Decision Research, also adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University and University of Michigan. Sits on US National Academy of Science Board on Environmental Change and Society. Named Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow by Woods Institute for Environment at Stanford University in 2011.


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