The longtime dean of medicine and health sciences at UM was praised at his retirement celebration as an influential leader who has advanced equity and brought about transformative change.
Seniors' Alumni Learning for Life Program - Spring 2018 Sessions
Spring 2018 Sessions
Registration for the Spring 2018 session is now closed. Here’s a sneak peak of some of the exciting programming planned for the sold out session:
Psychosocial Factors in Healthy Aging – Retirement, Physical and Psychological Support (tentative)
Dr. Dan Bailis
The NeuroBlate System (tentative)
Dr. Mark Torchia
Mobility and Aging (confirmed)
Dr. Michelle Porter
Rare Genetic Disorders are Over-Represented in Manitoba’s Unique Populations (tentative)
Dr. Cheryl Rockman-Greenberg
Olympic Sport History (tentative)
Dr. Douglas Brown
Stability Control in Older Adults (confirmed)
Dr. Jon Singer
High-Energy Astrophysics of Supernova Remnants and Neutron Stars (tentative)
Dr. Samar Safi-Harb
Recent Alumni Stories
No less than three law students have been named recipients of the University of Manitoba’s 2022 Emerging Leader Awards. These remarkable students include Class of 2022’s Michael Badejo, President of the Manitoba Law Students’ Association (2021-2022), Shawn Singh, an active member of the MLSA and participant in the Presidents’ Student Leadership Program cohort (2021), and Class of 2023’s Adam Kowal, who served as co-president of the Manitoba Indigenous Law Students’ Association during his second year of law.
The Faculty of Law proudly congratulates the Master of Human Rights graduating class of 2022. Celebrating the conclusion of their program at a gala event at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on June 10th, the twelve members of the third cohort of graduates from this unique interdisciplinary program said farewell to Robson Hall and set off to pursue careers in Human Rights advocacy. We asked a number of these incredible students to share their experiences taking this degree.