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The falling weight deflectometer drops about 180 kilograms (400 pounds) onto the road while sensors gather data to reveal the quality of the pavement below. // PHOTO FROM LEIF NORMAN

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CBC: Pavement-pounding technology that gathers data on road condition hits Winnipeg streets

June 13, 2018 — 
City hopes hydraulic weight platform technology will contribute to more efficient road repairs

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Michael Kehler

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Schulich Leader Scholarship allows two more students to chase their dreams

June 12, 2018 — 
Michael Kehler, a student at Calvin Christian School and Alex Kitt of Dakota Collegiate are this year’s recipients

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Kornik is graduating today from the U of M with a degree in electrical engineering

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Determined to achieve a better life for himself and his family

June 7, 2018 — 
Born and raised in Dauphin, Chanse Kornik says that growing up, he knew he wanted education in a field where he could invent solutions to help solve world problems

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Pourang Irani

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Six new and renewed Canada Research Chairs

May 31, 2018 — 
Four new CRCs have been awarded to U of M professors and another two have been renewed

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Making your move – a celebration of women in Engineering

May 29, 2018 — 
WISE Kid-Netic Energy and the Faculty of Engineering celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting Make Your Move – a celebration of women in engineering.

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Student and parents at Head Start

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Giving new students a Head Start

May 23, 2018 — 
On June 2, future University of Manitoba students, their parents and families are invited to visit the Fort Garry campus for Head Start, a half-day event designed to help them prepare for the first year of university by meeting faculty, staff and other students, exploring the campus and finding out about student services and supports.

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Shervin Ghomi

engineering News

Building change: Creating towers to survive earthquakes

May 14, 2018 — 
Shervin Ghomi, winner of U of M’s 2018 3MT competition, works with his supervisor, Ehab El-Salakawy, on developing safer and more efficient structures by exploring bold ideas

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Satellites at Magellan.

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New NSERC Chairs announced for U of M

May 11, 2018 — 
More bang for your buck with low-cost satellite manufacturing

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Jamie Hall [BSc/88, MBA/99].

alumni News

Alumni At Home: Safety is a full-time job

May 8, 2018 — 
UM Today sat down with Jamie Hall [BSc/88, MBA/99] to talk about safe workplaces and why he’s made it a priority to reach out to young workers

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Dr. Philip Ferguson (mechanical engineering) and his graduate students Valorie Platero and Matthew Driedger, with CSA Astronaut Dr. Jenni Sidey, and a model of CubeSAT.

engineering News

CSA to help students design, build and launch their own satellites

May 4, 2018 — 
Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jenni Sidey announces student teams

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