Department of Sociology and Criminology News Archive
February 15, 2019 —
Manitoba needs to do much more to ensure meaningful affordability for parents, and to stabilize a quality early learning and care system with trained early childhood educators.
November 9, 2018 —
Lori Wilkinson is a professor of sociology at the U of M who specializes in anti-racism. She talked about the posters, the message and how we should react to them with CBC Manitoba's Information Radio host Marcy Markusa
October 29, 2018 —
In his presentation at the Research Seminar Series Nov. 6, Dr. Chris Fries will outline general shortcomings associated with the pathogenic approach to health care, while speaking to the benefits of a system that supports human health and well-being.
October 4, 2018 —
In her presentation at the Research Seminar Series Oct. 16, Dr. Laura Funk will summarize some of her own research into care work for chronically and terminally ill older adults, illustrating the possibilities of qualitative inquiry in this area.
October 3, 2018 —
University of Manitoba criminology and sociology professor Frank Cormier cautions against jumping to conclusions.
July 23, 2018 —
The 2018 Faculty of Arts annual teaching awards have been announced
April 3, 2018 —
Make it easier for them to learn about and access formal services for the person they are caring for
February 16, 2018 —
In the history of Canada, Residential Schools encouraged Indigenous students to participate in mainstream activities such as hockey or football instead of Indigenous activities such as lacrosse, for example
October 18, 2017 —
Frank Cormier, a criminologist at the University of Manitoba, says regardless of the outcome there will still be unanswered questions.