Community Stories News Archive
January 21, 2019 —
Activist, Educator and Lawyer, Joan Jack [BEd/82 UM, LLB/91 UBC], was the first guest lecture of the term to Dr. Bryan Schwartz’s inaugural class on Oral History, Indigenous Peoples and the Law
December 18, 2018 —
“An online course can benefit your future. There’s flexibility, so you can work on it around your schedule. With no commute to the classroom, you don’t need to worry about or pay for parking,. Extended Education has a variety of courses, and, at the end of the day, online education is very important for adults. They can’t put their family and other commitments aside. It’s a great option.” - Yasser Shaker
November 23, 2018 —
The School of Art is proudly presenting two new intriguing exhibits, Canada in Venice and Forest Encounters, over the next couple of months that invite these examinations.
July 16, 2018 —
This summer, student intern in human resources Emma Smith will take over HR Twitter account to tweet about working at the U of M.
June 6, 2018 —
Hundreds of members of the University of Manitoba community recently rolled up their sleeves and spent some time in the sun to beautify both campuses, as part of the 21stannual Campus Beautification Days
May 8, 2018 —
Cybercriminals use phishing emails to manipulate people into doing what they want, including providing personal information such as banking or identification records. Because of this element of manipulating human emotions, phishing is considered a kind of social engineering.
November 22, 2017 —
'When you give to the United Way, you could be helping a co-worker, a student in your class, or even a neighbour'
October 17, 2017 —
Apply for the Success Through Wellness grant by end of day Nov. 14
May 12, 2017 —
High school students come to campus to engage with Indigenous alumni
October 31, 2016 —
Working together to build on current successes in Indigenous education, conference Nov. 1-2