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Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

Investing in the Student Body: : Network News

October 22, 2018 —  Travel to Melbourne, Australia brings new opportunities, insights

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What should the UM Sexual Violence and Respectful Work and Learning Environment Policies Include? : News

October 22, 2018 —  Share your voice at policy consultation sessions November 6 & 7

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Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences News

AG e-news October 22, 2018 : Network News

October 22, 2018 —  News and events from the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

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Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

Facing multiple barriers to exercise: Does stronger efficacy help individuals with arthritis? : Campus News

October 22, 2018 —  Inactive people living with arthritis are more likely to benefit from, and adhere to, a regular fitness regimen if the exercise is specifically tailored, according to a recent study.

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Students News

Events and opportunities for students : Campus News

October 22, 2018 —  Don't miss some of the great events and opportunities happening for students on campus

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Flag lowered for former director of operations and maintenance : Network News

October 22, 2018 —  The flag will be lowered on Oct. 22 for Ralph Robbins. 

L - R: Runner-up team Chandra Oliver and Melanie Labossiere; Wes Burrows, Partner and Chair, Articling Student Recruitment Committee, Fillmore Riley LLP; and first-place team, Zachary Rodgers and Paolo Aquila.

Faculty of Law News

Thirteenth Annual Robson Hall Negotiation Competition a Success : Network News

October 19, 2018 —  Sixteen teams of Robson Hall students competed in the thirteenth annual Robson Hall Negotiation Competition on the evening of October 18th, 2018.  These third-year students were selected for having excelled in the Legal Negotiation course they took in their second year of law school.  The main purpose of the competition is to develop superb negotiating skills in Robson Hall graduates. All legal training and professional expertise is directed toward one key objective—solving a client’s problems. Negotiation is the primary tool for accomplishing precisely that.

A photo of agriculture student John Enns with Eugene Lange in Lange's office.

Alumni Answers: Who has been a mentor to you? : News

October 19, 2018 —  We want to know about the people whose guidance you’re most thankful for over the years

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Winnipeg City Hall

Op-ed: Competition shows democracy is healthy : News

October 19, 2018 —  We should worry about acclamations, Royce Koop says

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Therapist counsels man. // Photo from Pixabay.

The Conversation: The surprising secret to successful psychotherapy : U of M in the News

October 19, 2018 —  'Understanding how clients make therapy work requires a drastic overhaul of the assumption that they passively respond to the ministrations of guru-like therapists'

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