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Photo of Supreme Court of Canada Justice Russell Brown speaking at Robson Hall's Moot Courtroom.

Faculty of Law News

Supreme Court Justice visits Manitoba law students : Network News

September 23, 2022 —  A rare and marvellous event it is, when a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada can spend some quality time speaking with law students, answering their questions and sharing personal experiences. Robson Hall students and faculty had the opportunity on Thursday, September 22, to ask anything they wanted of The Honourable Russell Brown, who was in Winnipeg for a national judicial event this week.

Orange survivor flag blowing in the wind.

Indigenous News

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation events : Featured

September 23, 2022 —  There are many opportunities to engage in a day of reflection leading up to and on the day itself both at UM, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) and off-campus.

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Aerial shot of field plots

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences News

Research chair dedicated to integrated weed management : Network News

September 23, 2022 —  Dr. Dilshan Benaragama is the Manitoba Crop Protection Chair in Weed Management, thanks to the support of grower organizations.


Four girls working with their hands on a mini engineering project at go Eng Girl.

Price Faculty of Engineering News

Get hands on with engineering at Go Eng Girl : Network News

September 23, 2022 —  Taking place on Saturday, October 15, this is an exciting event for girls to get a first-hand experience working in the STEM and engineering field.


Side by side photos, one current and one older, of professor emeritus John McCallum

Asper School of Business News

Five decades of service leads to Professor Emeritus title for Asper faculty member : Network News

September 23, 2022 —  For many alumni, staff, faculty, and students, the appointment of John McCallum as Professor Emeritus isn’t a surprise. McCallum has dedicated 48 years to the Asper School of Business, seeing more students graduate, more alumni retire, and more deans move through the School than any faculty or staff member.

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Fall colours on display along Currie Place.

Sustainability News

Sustainability Month returns this October : Editor's Picks

September 23, 2022 —  Celebrate a sustainable future by participating in a variety of green events and activities throughout the month of October.

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‘TeamBIOM_Lab’ Team members from left to right: Leonardo Tellez Gonzalez (MITACS Intern), Dominico IV Obmerga (Undergraduate research assistant), Magdiel Antonio Ramos (MITACS Intern), Mercedes Garcia-Holguera (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Architecture), Jessica Piper (Research Assistant), Vyas Gopal (Undergraduate Research Assistant)

Winnipeg Free Press: U of M lab combines research and art in illuminating exhibition that’s bubbling with creativity : U of M in the News

September 22, 2022 —  'BIOM_Lab is a new research laboratory at the U of M dedicated to exploring the possibilities of biomaterials within design'

alumni sitting at tables in brodie atrium for dean's breakfast

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

Welcome back to Rady Homecoming events! : Network News

September 22, 2022 —  The Rady Faculty of Health Sciences is pleased to welcome alumni back in person to campus to celebrate milestone reunions, university, faculty and college-wide events for UM Homecoming 2022, which takes place from September 21- 24, 2022. This year, 15 milestone class reunions from across Rady colleges are taking place!

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Compilation photo of three curators: Grace Deveney, Lillian O'Brien Davis and Shalaka Jadhav.

School of Art News

Building on their curatorial practice : Campus News

September 22, 2022 —  In June 2021, the School of Art Gallery at the University of Manitoba launched its Visiting Curator Program. The Visiting Curator Program was designed to play a vital role in defining contemporary art and its attendant discourses in Western Canada and beyond.

European Robin. Photographer = Wren K. Bell.

Not all wildlife recovered in lockdowns, new research finds : News

September 22, 2022 —  British birds reacted differently to COVID-19 lockdowns than did their North American counterparts, new study reports

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