UM Today Archives
March 2, 2021 — With health and wellness being fundamental to student success and achievement, many units and offices are committed to delivering accessible, outstanding support to learners throughout their time at the University of Manitoba. Student Services at Bannatyne Campus (SS@BC) is a single entry point for students, interns and residents at the Bannatyne Campus to access a variety of free support programs and services.
March 2, 2021 — 'International Women’s Day will take on new meaning for a University of Manitoba student who is attending a virtual conference aimed at getting more women interested in politics'
March 1, 2021 — Contributions to COVID-19 UM Student Technology Fund crucial to students’ success
March 1, 2021 — University of Manitoba graduate student Caitlin Thomas [MA/21] could be one of Canada’s next McCall MacBain Scholars at McGill University. She has been named a finalist for the prestigious award and will complete interviews this month to see if she makes the final cut.
March 1, 2021 — The School of Art Gallery re-opens by appointment
National Post Op-ed: Trudeau Liberals go around attorney general again, this time over bilingualism : Network News
March 1, 2021 — Assistant law professor Gerard Kennedy questions why the Federal Government continues to treat the Attorney General as "just another cabinet post" following an attempt to introduce changes to Supreme Court judge criteria without input from the country's top lawyer.
March 1, 2021 — Tyler Black [M.Sc. (Environment & Geography)/20] recently won a Jury Prize and a People’s Choice Award in the 2020 NSERC photography contest for his photo of an oil slick on a test lake at the Experimental Lakes Area reflecting the surrounding forest and sky.
March 1, 2021 — As Winnipeg’s Legal Help Centre celebrates its 10th year, students and alumni of the University of Manitoba Faculty of Law, and members of the broader legal community have continued to work together throughout the pandemic to deliver critical legal services through virtual means to Manitobans.
For the record: Digitizing archives can increase access to information but compromise privacy : News
March 1, 2021 — 'Given the ubiquity of digital technologies today, creating archives of born-digital records must be our most urgent priority — including records created during the COVID-19 pandemic'
March 1, 2021 — Security analysts are already warning Canadians to watch out for COVID-19 vaccine scams. We also continue to see an increase in fraud scams during tax season. Protect yourself against fraud this tax season and throughout the year by learning how to recognize, reject and report a scam.