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New academic jobs – July 17, 2024 : Network News

July 17, 2024 —  New academic jobs - July 17, 2024

Marnie Courage teaches a male client to safely use new bathing equipment after an assessment of his home.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

Enabling Inclusion : Network News

July 17, 2024 —  Disability rights have long been a passion for Marnie Courage [BA/96, BMROT/00]. While studying arts at UM in the 1990s, she had a job in community respite services, supporting people with physical and intellectual disabilities.

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Group of people in front of banner sign for Extended Education courses

Provost and Vice-President (Academic) News

Transforming our community through equity education : Network News

July 16, 2024 —  A new micro-certificate program is available for UM staff, students and faculty to develop skills in advancing equity and accessibility at UM. The first courses of the micro-certificate in equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA), as well as the prerequisite course EDIA 0100: Foundations, will be offered in this Fall Term.

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Dr. Janilyn Arsenio leans against a counter in her lab. Items used for scientific research sit on shelves behind her and on the counter.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

The Winnipeg Foundation funds innovative groundbreaking research at Rady : Network News

July 16, 2024 —  Two research teams at have received grants to advance research in brain injury and sepsis. These innovative projects will tackle pressing health challenges and pave the way for future breakthroughs.

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Dr. Christopher Adams, rector of St. Paul's College. Photo taken December 15, 2021 (University of Manitoba)

Faculty of Arts News

CTV Winnipeg: Will Canada’s next election be as tumultuous as the U.S.? An expert weighs in : U of M in the News

July 16, 2024 —  Will Canada's next election be as tumultuous as the U.S.? An expert weighs in

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NATO flags and symbol

Faculty of Arts News

CBC Front Burner: Has NATO outlived its purpose? : U of M in the News

July 15, 2024 —  Has NATO outlived its purpose?

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Graphic of person holding a certificate with the text Get Hired

Students News

Get Hired! Week of July 15 2024 : Network News

July 15, 2024 —  Are you looking for work, trying to get that first job, or want to gain experience in your field of study? You won’t want to miss the weekly edition of Get Hired, by Career Services!

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Fort Garry Campus-Pedway and Engineering and Admin

Peaceful end to the encampment : Campus News

July 15, 2024 —  Following a message to encampment participants on Tuesday, the encampment has now been peacefully dismantled. UM will make any necessary repairs to the landscaping in order to return the Quad to the community for regular use.

Robert Madziak stands next to plaque commemorating the contributions of research animals.

Research and International News

Robert Madziak receives the Harry C. Rowsell Lifetime Achievement Award : Network News

July 15, 2024 —  Robert Madziak, longtime director of UM Central Animal Care Services (CACS) in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, has been honoured with the prestigious Harry C. Rowsell Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Chloe Vickar wears a lavender stole with Pride flag on it. She is also wearing a graduation cap and gown.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences News

UM’s first Lavender Graduation celebrates 2SLGBTQIA+ students : Network News

July 15, 2024 —  Chloe Vickar felt honoured to participate in the University of Manitoba’s first-ever Lavender Graduation Ceremony.

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