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Price Faculty of Engineering

An interview with WOMEN’s outgoing and incoming presidents

June 23, 2024 — 
June 23 is recognized as International Women in Engineering Day (INWED). The Women of Manitoba Engineering Network (WOMEN) celebrates and supports women in engineering year-round through supportive initiatives and the promotion of accomplishments by female-identifying engineers.

LLM 2024 graduate Joel Lebois, stands proudly beside a research poster of his Master's thesis topic, which he wrote entirely in French.

Faculty of Law

In defence of ADR in post-secondary complaints processes

June 21, 2024 — 
Joel Lebois is the first graduate of the Master of Laws (LLM) program from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law to write his thesis entirely in French. Lebois is a proud Francophone and practicing lawyer in Manitoba. While working as in-house counsel at the University of Manitoba’s legal department, he realized that he wanted to deepen his knowledge of the law in the area of post-secondary institution complaints processes, and was drawn to the Robson Hall community, which would allow him to complete his degree in French.

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Research and International

UM-led research paves way for climate adaptive food systems for Indigenous and marginalized groups

June 21, 2024 — 
A diverse team of researchers spanning six continents and more than ten countries has received funding from the Government of Canada to improve access to culturally significant foods for disadvantaged communities around the world.

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Fall 2024 and Winter 2025 Registration Time!

June 20, 2024 — 
It's almost time to register for your Fall and Winter Term classes. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community celebrates 2024 honourees

June 20, 2024 — 
Each year, Indigenous Engagement and Communications and the Office of the Vice-President (Indigenous) recognize the efforts and achievements of the inspiring people that are working to make the University of Manitoba a better place. On June 20, ten student, staff and faculty honourees were recognized for their exceptional contributions at the 2024 Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community recognition ceremony.

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Melanie Lalonde, Rebecca Asham, Carrie Selin.

Faculty of Science

Stories that instil resilience

June 20, 2024 — 
June is National Indigenous History Month, and while at the Faculty of Science, we celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of the Indigenous community on campus throughout the year, we wanted to take this time to listen to the journey, the proud moments, the challenges and the resilience of the Indigenous faculty, students and staff.

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ASL Co-Founders Michael Park, Alison d'Amato, and Ray Hsu stand in a row smiling at the camera

Desautels Faculty of Music

(art)Song Lab Brings Innovative Collaborations to Life in Winnipeg

June 20, 2024 — 
For more than a decade, Art Song Lab has been making an indelible mark on the landscape of contemporary classical song in North America. After ten summers focusing on composers and writers in Vancouver, BC, this year’s programming brings performer participants into the mix between June 24-29th in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Asper School of Business

President’s Student Leadership Program welcomes sixth cohort

June 20, 2024 — 
Having recently celebrated the first five years of immersive leadership education, the James W. Burns Leadership Institute at the Asper School of Business is pleased to announce the sixth cohort of the President’s Student Leadership Program (PSLP), a unique-in-Canada development fellowship for Manitoba postsecondary students. Representing universities across the province, these 23 students were selected for their demonstrated leadership in community and student life.

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Extended Education

From one course to a micro-certificate

June 20, 2024 — 
“We can all do and learn more. Whether you are an expert or just beginning your journey with EDIA, you have a place in this program.” - Robin Attas

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George Muswaggon

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

Welcome to George Muswaggon,  Knowledge Keeper at Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

June 20, 2024 — 
Muswaggon is looking forward to offering cultural and spiritual guidance to students, faculty and staff.


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