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What does UOFA stand for?
UOFA stands for University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
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Three University of Alberta graduates were recently recognized by their alma mater for outstanding contributions to their communities.
Geo Takach The University of Alberta Press Ring House 2, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Canada, T6G 2E1 9780888645432, $34.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Glen Loppnow, MCIC, department of chemistry, University of Alberta was awarded a 3M National Teaching Fellowship.
Brilliant Strokes: Chinese Paintings from the Mactaggart Art Collection exhibits 17 works from one of the most important private collections of Chinese paintings and textiles in Canada, which was donated to the University of Alberta by Sandy and Cecile Mactaggart in 2005.
The Trouble With Lions Jerry Haigh The University of Alberta Press Ring House2, University of Alberta Edmonton, AB, Canada, T6G 2EI 9780888645036, $34.
At the Supercomputing 2007 conference, a team from Canada's University of Alberta used a 64-core, 144GB SGI(R) Altix(R) XE310 cluster to win the first-ever Cluster Challenge.