Below the Surface
To know what’s happening to our climate is to know the secrets held within ancient ice. New UM research recruit Dorthe Dahl-Jensen travels in time to reveal natural‚ abrupt warming shifts of the past that could collide with humankind’s modern-day missteps—What then?
We asked four alumni artists to tell us the vision behind their art. Then we asked strangers‚ What do you see?
After the Fire
Go to the frontlines of burn care‚ and you’ll find a holistic team of caregivers‚ researchers and students ready to act. At the helm: UM professor Dr. Sarvesh Logsetty— a surgeon behind dramatic reconstructive procedures. They’re quietly guarding against superbugs. Inventing high-tech dressings. Reimagining next-generation skin. And navigating the emotional scars of those who’ve survived.
Inside Fall 2019
Honouring Every Step
The Annual Traditional Graduation Pow Wow recently marked a 30-year milestone—here’s how it started.
Here’s how three alumni are tackling different angles on climate change—from fashion to hamburgers to behavioural economics.
Opening the Next Door
John Kearsey, vice-president (external), talks about transition and the good that comes from it.
David Barnard, president and vice-chancellor, on bringing people, ideas, disciplines and cultures together
Nobel Prize for Alumnus
Unravelling mysteries of the cosmos—UM alumnus James Peebles wins Nobel Prize in Physics
See how a decision to donate to UM’s Front and Centre campaign triggers a chain reaction
Dr. Gigi Osler [BScMed/92, MD/92]
The former president of the Canadian Medical Association gets candid about physician burnout, lagging tech and greater diversity in health care.
With the launch of the university’s new logo, we go back in time to explore its changing look.
Find out why this PhD student insists, “We’re Victorians, just with cellphones.”
Designing with Purpose
A calculator, tattered notepads and his father’s passport. Explore the belongings of alumnus ‘Segun Olude, who’s empowering communities with digital tools.
Pick up and Go
What if you took a gap year with the family? Hear from alumna Daria Salamon, author of Don’t Try This At Home: One Family’s (mis)Adventures Around the World.
That’s Paulo Albuquerque flying through that air. Hear how he brings the art of Capoeira to Folklorama and the Active Living Centre.
Want to know what UM students and researchers are up to? Here’s highlights from our Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses.
We deconstruct the extraordinary office door of Distinguished Professor George Toles.