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December 4, 2023 — The UM Student Reflection of Instruction (SRI) process is about to begin. The UM SRI provides students with opportunities to reflect on their courses and offer feedback to instructors on identified teaching priorities.
Microsoft Entra Multifactor Authentication (MFA) replacing Duo MFA on January 29, 2024 : Network News
December 1, 2023 — As part of our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest level of security for our students, faculty, and staff, the university will transition from Duo Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to Entra MFA on January 29, 2024, for staff and faculty, and on February 26, 2024, for all students.
December 1, 2023 — Two-year thesis-based program continues to set up its students and alumni for success and impact.
CBC Indigenous: Winnipeg summit chips away at what Indigenous language learners call ‘the block’ : U of M in the News
December 1, 2023 — Winnipeg summit chips away at what Indigenous language learners call 'the block'
CBC Manitoba: Manitobans who use food banks face extra challenges if they also have a health condition : U of M in the News
December 1, 2023 — Manitobans who use food banks face extra challenges if they also have a health condition
December 1, 2023 — How will freshwater fish fare against climate change? The answer could lie in this PhD research.
December 1, 2023 — The Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry and the School of Dental Hygiene celebrated the achievements of its hard-working students, faculty and staff at its Awards Evening last week.
Jordan Laidlaw explores how COVID-19 forced outdoor physical education classes are beneficial : Network News
December 1, 2023 — Jordan Laidlaw and Kinesiology professor Dr. Jay Johnson wanted to investigate benefits and drawbacks for instructors partially and fully expelled from their gymnasiums.
December 1, 2023 — December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities which aims to promote understanding of issues that impact people who live with disabilities, and to mobilize support for their rights and well-being. Learn how the University of Manitoba is working to dismantle ableism, and advance equity, diversity, inclusion and access for all members of our community.