Community Stories News Archive
July 19, 2018 —
Inner-city youth live a day in the life of healthcare professionals through the 13th annual Biomedical Youth Program Summer Camp.
July 5, 2018 —
The Autonomous Agents Lab won first place in the Technical Challenges category at the 2018 Robocup Robotics Competitions
June 6, 2018 —
Addressing the complex issue of underrepresentation of Indigenous youth in post-secondary studies, and STEM fields. Darja Barr, Department of Mathematics, outlines new recruitment initiatives at the University of Manitoba to attract and support Indigenous youth.
May 14, 2018 —
“Birds vs. Windows” is being presented in order to educate the public about the devastating impact of window collisions on bird populations, as well as how to prevent them and what to do with injured birds. This outreach event is part of NSERC’s Science Odyssey.
May 10, 2018 —
A microbiologist, a chemist, a neuroscientist and a medieval historian walk into a brewery… No, it’s not a joke, it’s this year’s “Science on Tap”, part of Science Odyssey Week! If you’re up for beer with a side of knowledge, then this adults-only evening is a must.
May 8, 2018 —
Science Rendezvous, a free day of fun and discovery returns to the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry campus Saturday, May 12
April 27, 2018 —
Paper marbling, a potions class à la Hogwarts School of Wizardry!, math mania or a physics stunts show? These are just some of the options available to the nearly 2,000 elementary school students attending this year’s “Discovery Days” on the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. Hosted by the Faculties of Science and Engineering on May 3rd and 4th.
April 23, 2018 —
When Stephen Kirkland, head of the Department of Mathematics, invited John Urschel, former NFL star, PhD student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (MIT), to speak at the U of M, the gesture, he confesses, wasn’t solely altruistic. There was a bit of self-interest at play as well.
April 9, 2018 —
For an event that only started a year ago, the March for Science has a lot of momentum behind it
March 23, 2018 —
Biological Masters student Amélie Roberto-Charron has just been chosen for a prestigious national scholarship