July 23, 2014
University of Manitoba
UM Today Week at a Glance
 
Event this Week - Parking Restrictions in Effect
 
This Week's Headlines
 

Helping educators address human rights issues

New course is latest partnership between Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Faculty of Education

 
 

Food Courts and menus get an overhaul

An overview of the changes for campus food services

 
 

Hands-on science at Biomedical Youth Camp

College of Medicine hosts 120 Aboriginal, new Canadian and inner-city youth

 
 

What genocide means for Indigenous peoples

Scholars gathered last week to discuss decolonization

 
 

New room booking website launched

Site will facilitate the process for finding, requesting and booking rooms

 
 

Vice, lobotomy and unthinkable delights

Winnipeg Fringe chock-a-block with U of M alumni, staff, faculty and students

 
 

Can you really judge musical merit?

Polaris Music Prize seeks to compare artists without regard to genre, affiliation or sales. Can it succeed?

 
Upcoming Events
 

Public debate on genetic engineering

Wednesday, July 23 | 1:00 to 3:00 PM | 221 Wallace Building

 
 

School of Art Gallery exhibit: They Made A Day Here

On until October 31 | 12:00 to 4:00 PM | School of Art Gallery

 
 

Event Day: Beyonce and Jay-Z - RUN THIS TOWN

Sunday, July 27 | Parking restrictions in effect at 6:30 PM

 
 

Spring/Summer Registration for Continuing Education now open!

Open until August 29

 
 

Register your teen for Musical Theatre Camp

Deadline is July 25

 
 

Jazz Camp! Groovy.

Open to all ages

 
 
More Events
 
  Continuing Education Fall Schedule  
 
 
 
  Musical Theatre Camps for Kids and Teens  
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