Faculty of Arts News Archive
June 16, 2017 —
Public servants are an integral aspect of governing and delivering many public goods.
June 5, 2017 —
Conceiving parliamentary democracy as simply a game in which there are winners and losers trivializes the processes of representation and deliberation to which all our 57 elected MLAs are meant to contribute.
May 23, 2017 —
David Camfield, a professor of labour studies, weighs in
May 19, 2017 —
"We scholars must take every possible opportunity to disseminate our research, since one never knows the avenues through which something great will happen. Who could have guessed that the article on my discovery in UM Today would be seen by a woman in Jamaica?"
May 16, 2017 —
"Apologies are good, but we get apologies all the time as Indigenous people, and nothing really changes," says Niigaan Sinclair
May 12, 2017 —
Barrington Walker recently gave a talk to history programs at Universities of Manitoba and Winnipeg
May 11, 2017 —
Festivities kick-off with hands-on science activities for schoolchildren at the U of M on Friday, May 12, with more than 1,000 students registered to attend
May 11, 2017 —
A University of Manitoba [Faculty of Arts] student inspired by the plight of asylum seekers crossing the U.S.-Canada border on foot delivered care packages to the new reception and shelter in Gretna Tuesday
May 9, 2017 —
For Meghan Payment, a 2013 Loran Scholar and Psychology and Indigenous Studies major, studying at the U of M has provided her with learning opportunities far beyond the classroom
May 5, 2017 —
Aly Raposo, an undergraduate student in the women's and gender studies, received the YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg young woman of distinction award