JANUARY 16, 2019
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Building better futures for all

Meet the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients

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Meeting the challenges of leadership in critical sectors

President’s Student Leadership Program now accepting applications

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Campus Children’s Centre grand opening

Expanded daycare offers 54 new spaces for children

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Canada’s Mentor

NCTR’s decolonizing archival practices

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In Focus: The Conversation

Groundbreaking work from U of M researchers published by the independent source of news and perspectives

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Martin Scanlon named new Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

U of M welcomes renowned food scientist, inspirational teacher and accomplished administrator

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Edward Jurkowski appointed Dean of the Desautels Faculty of Music

Strong leader and passionate advocate for music and the arts joins U of M

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First classes take place in the new Stanley Pauley Engineering Building

Milestone reached on Jan. 14

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Bison women’s hockey hosts Regina for alumni night

Prizes, giveaways and the best in Canada West women’s hockey

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Alumni Answers: What do you love most about your career?

To inspire students' future endeavours, we want to share your insight

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Sustainability Strategy Renewal

Offer your input on proposed new objectives and actions that will guide the university’s sustainability journey

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Faculties and units can participate in the 2019 Indigenous summer student internship program

Submit applications to participate by Jan. 28

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Upcoming Events
 

Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series: Dr. Erika Yamada on “Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples from a Latin American perspective”

Thursday, Jan. 17 | 12 p.m. | Robson Hall

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Exhibit: “Outside the Boundaries: Exploring the Natural World through Artist Books”

Artist talk on Thursday, Jan. 17 | 7:30 p.m. | Archives & Special Collections, 330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library

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