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Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

Powwow Practice Group : Network News

August 23, 2019 —  Powwow dances are beautiful expressions of Indigenous spirituality, history and culture. Join us this fall/winter for powwow practice group!

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Extended Education News

Students on the Path 2 Math : Network News

August 23, 2019 —  Supported by the U of M Indigenous Initiatives Fund, the idea is for new U of M students to build their math skills and connect with some of their peers and instructors, so they are prepared to begin their studies with confidence, says Emily McKinnon.

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Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

‘Representation matters,’ trailblazing surgeon tells new medical students : Featured

August 23, 2019 —  A Manitoba surgeon spoke passionately about diversity and inclusion at this year’s welcome ceremony for first-year medical students

Students News

Do you want to enhance your communication and social skills? : Network News

August 23, 2019 —  This volunteer position requires 1-2 hours of your time per week. A great way to become involved in the U of M Community and engage locally.

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A still photo of Cheryl Glazebrook speaking with CTV Winnipeg in her lab at the U of M.

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

Wpg Free Press: St. Anne’s Sobeys announces sensory-friendly shopping hours : Network News

August 23, 2019 —  Grocery shopping is a great opportunity to be out in the community and to be independent with that aspect of their life. But there are many things in our environment that can make that challenging. FKRM prof. Dr. Cheryl Glazebrook applauds Sobey's for holding sensory-friendly shopping hours.

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Wpg Free Press: Bisons land soccer superstar : U of M in the News

August 22, 2019 —  Face of women's game in India, former national team captain thrilled to play, study at U of M

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

Pop culture sparks students’ interest in infectious diseases : Campus News

August 22, 2019 —  Carmine Slipski was both terrified and intrigued when he saw the film Outbreak as a child. The 1995 movie about an Ebola-like virus captured his imagination and ignited his interest in infectious diseases. His path was set.

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Students visiting local health advocate in La Cruz. He and his family grow food for the community

Faculty of Graduate Studies News

UM-based Global Health Training Program sends 11 PhD students to Colombia : Editor's Picks

August 21, 2019 —  This past winter, 11 University of Manitoba PhD students from the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences participated in the International Infectious Disease and Global Health Training Program’s practical epidemiology course in Medellín, Colombia

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New Academic Jobs – August 21, 2019 : Network News

August 21, 2019 —  New Academic Jobs - August 21, 2019

Søren Rysgaard, Virginie Galindo, Yubin Hu, Jens Ehn, Wieter Boone and Jørgen Bendtsen, near Station Nord, Northeast Greenland. // Photo by Wieter Boone

Climate change HQ : Campus News

August 21, 2019 —  The International Glaciological Society’s Sea Ice Symposium (IGS) brings researchers and academics from around the world to Winnipeg to discuss the important role sea ice plays in global climate, polar marine ecosystems, globalization and Indigenous cultures.

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