Community Stories News Archive
October 30, 2017 —
Meet Dr. Susan Cooper whose enthusiasm for Math is obvious
October 5, 2017 —
Since 2007, the International Student-Led Arctic Monitoring and Research project has brought together students, teachers and researchers to study the effects of climate change.
September 5, 2017 —
The Faculty of Science Homecoming event on September 12 will showcase breakthroughs in Science, but gender inequality for Women in STEM still exists.
June 29, 2017 —
Thanks to the efforts of Darja Barr, Math Mania, has made it to the Canadian Prairies in the form of an Indigenous Outreach and Mentorship Project. This project is making considerable strides in building connections with Indigenous communities across the province as well as with Indigenous students at the University of Manitoba.
A Passion for Numbers: Associate Professor of Statistics Alexandre Leblanc’s First Love Remains Constant
June 9, 2017 —
Associate Professor Alex Leblanc, Department of Statistics reflects on his passion for good data.
May 31, 2017 —
Fifty years after the Department of Statistics was founded at the University of Manitoba, alum Reid Linney (Statistics, ’73) is reminiscing about how he spent his free time during his second year.
Coffee to Go, Swedish Style: Math Student Colin Desmarais enters PhD program at prestigious Uppsala University
May 25, 2017 —
Sweden will be a big change for the Manitoba born and bred Desmarais, who began his MSc studies here at the University of Manitoba in Fall 2015. Under the supervision of Mathematics Assistant Professor Dr. David Gunderson.
May 8, 2017 —
Antibiotic resistant bacteria exist right here in Manitoba. Dr. Ayush Kumar warns bacteria-contaminated drinking water on First Nations reserves is a ticking time-bomb.
April 5, 2017 —
Join us on campus on Saturday, May 13, 2017 for a free day of fun and discovery.
March 29, 2017 —
On March 2nd, University of Manitoba alumna Kaitlin Vitt released her first book entitled Planted: Stories From Manitoba’s Natural World. The 80 page piece of creative non-fiction is a exploration of the people, plants, and fungi that make our province diverse and rich.