Arts News Archive
March 22, 2017 —
Economists and political scientists available to media
February 1, 2017 —
STEAM came about as a way to take what are known as the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and incorporate Art and Design into the mix. The program endeavours to dispel the twin myths of the socially awkward, uncommunicative scientist and the self-involved, impractical artist while simultaneously using artistic creativity and practical science not only to facilitate innovation, but to make the subjects more accessible to those not currently involved with STEM.
January 5, 2017 —
Teaching feminism to undergraduate students is inherently rewarding. Because it is grounded in everyday life, students are able to make connections between theoretical concepts and their own experiences. They find in feminism the language and framework to help them make sense of their lives.
December 14, 2016 —
Heidi Marx and her son attended The Colonizing Lens December show, Professor Marx shares her experience
December 6, 2016 —
Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair named to Monocle magazine's list of influential Canadians
November 21, 2016 —
Ethics professor Arthur Schafer argues hospitals do not have a right to impose their beliefs about assisted deaths on health care workers, patients or the general public.
October 31, 2016 —
From magpies to healing through art to breast cancer the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition covers a diverse range of topics
September 1, 2016 —
The faculty of arts will launch a new research newsletter later in September.
July 14, 2016 —
For 233 years the true sentiments of Britain's leading abolitionist were lost, until a University of Manitoba professor accidentally came across them in the British Library
July 7, 2016 —
Graduate student Tiffany Carther-Krone and professor Jonathan Marotta have shed new light on how people with autism spectrum disorders view their surrounding environment