The Chinese government has removed the University of Calgary from its list of accredited institutions, a move that officials there believe is related to an honorary degree awarded by the university to the Dalai Lama, The Vancouver Sun reported. Calgary educators said that they hope the removal does not limit recruitment efforts or hurt the value of degrees held by alumni who are in China.
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