The New Work
Reimagine the workplace as U of M researchers and alumni navigate the world of artificial intelligence and 20-something CEOs, nap pods and power shifts. How a new structure and space is transforming our 9 to 5.
The recipients of the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards are back on campus and telling us about the work they do (or wish they did).
Walk with alumnus Mitch Bourbonniere, who knows that a life’s work is more than what we do for a living. He helped create the Bear Clan foot patrol so Winnipeg’s most vulnerable aren’t alone in the cold. From a career, he found a calling.
Masters of Disaster
When it strikes, most people feel the urge to run away. But with experts in the growing field of disaster response, they run toward. From the scholars who research in the chaotic aftermath, to the doctors who heal in the makeshift, they’re telling us what to expect when faced with the unexpected.
Inside Spring 2018
A personal account of overcoming barriers and the power of team.
President David Barnard shares the “hard-knock truths” he’s learned so far.
Meet Cheyenne Thomas, a force behind the vision for the Indigenous Peoples’ Garden.
Striking a Chord
Voices of the past reveal themselves in a monument honouring the Winnipeg General Strike.
Tales from the Trading Floor
Memorabilia from Monty Hall’s iconic gameshow days find a home at the U of M.
The Next Geneva
How alumnus and Chancellor Emeritus Arthur Mauro is building on his vision for Winnipeg.
Why UM researcher Malcolm Xing wants to make workout wear from the shells of crustaceans.
He’s finding ways for the already-amazing Cirque du Soleil artists to optimize their performance.
The media mogul, and recipient of the 2018 International Distinguished Entrepreneur Award, talks about finding work-life balance no matter what.
The Big Hit
We follow the creative career of Richard Condie, best-known for his Oscar-nominated The Big Snit.