Centre on Aging News Archive
April 9, 2019 —
In 2016, the University of Manitoba became Canada’s first Age-friendly University. At that time, it joined a global network of Age-friendly Universities, established by Dublin City University in Ireland. Globally the network now extends to more than 50 universities.
October 1, 2018 —
Our campuses host a thriving community that supports aging across the lifespan, not only academically, but mentally, physically and socially
October 1, 2018 —
The Centre on Aging offers a speaker series in which researchers have an opportunity to share insights in aging-related fields
April 5, 2018 —
This presentation will highlight ways that older adults can use physical activity to enhance their capacity, examine how age-friendly communities support and enable people to age actively, and keep healthy and fit.
July 18, 2017 —
New Media Fellowship is open to journalists, editors, publishers, electronic media producers, columnists and other editorial communicators who reach general or specialized audiences on a regular basis with new reports or fact-based analysis.
June 9, 2017 —
New centre will work with U of M's Centre on Aging.
Are you a family member living with someone with cognitive impairment or dementia whose behaviours are changing?
May 5, 2017 —
Research study seeking participants
March 31, 2017 —
The Centre on Aging will be hosting Careers in Aging Week April 3–7, 2017
March 28, 2017 —
A research team led by Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management professor Dr Michelle Porter has been awarded a research grant to help communities become healthier and more age-friendly.
December 12, 2016 —
The dialogue included discussion of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, which aims to identify, prevent and eliminate barriers for people, in order to make Manitoba an inclusive society