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CBC Future 40 list highlights UM big thinkers and change makers

November 22, 2022 — 
CBC Manitoba’s Future 40 Awards are back and the announcement comes with a significant list of UM representation.

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Pop-up clinic to offer Monkeypox vaccine at UM

September 2, 2022 — 
Fort Garry campus will host clinic Sep. 6 for students, faculty, staff

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Faculty of Law News

Pursuing mediation in a time of war

July 5, 2022 — 
Ukrainian scholars find refuge at UM through the Scholars at Risk program

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2021 IDEA RECIPIENT DR. ERNEST RADY [BCOMM/58, LLB/62, LLD/15]. // PHOTO BY Steve Salnikowski

UM alumnus Dr. Ernest Rady receives 2021 IDEA award

November 19, 2021 — 
Visionary Dr. Ernest Rady honoured at IDEA event to celebrate his community impact and leadership

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Homecoming reminds us we are part of something greater

September 17, 2021 — 
From Sept. 22 through Sept. 25, UM is hosting Homecoming 2021, a time for our alumni and university community to come together in celebration of being a part of something greater

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Students News

The show must go on

July 12, 2021 — 
Reflecting on the “pandemic year” in Student Affairs and offering insight to others as we look towards continued remote delivery in the fall


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Days of Remembrance

November 4, 2020 — 
UM pauses to acknowledge those who gave of their service and their lives in the hope of peace

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Bre Woligroski and Courtney Klassen

A safe space for everyone in our community

October 19, 2020 — 
UM's Sexual Violence Resource Centre is the university’s central hub for support and education for anyone affected by sexual violence, including faculty, staff and students.

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Masks now required at UM, even while physical distancing

September 25, 2020 — 
In order to protect our UM community, the wearing of masks is now mandatory on all UM campuses. This applies when indoors at all times on UM campuses even when physical distancing is possible.

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Activist Joan Jack was the first guest speaker in law professor Dr. Bryan Schwartz's new course Oral History, Indigenous Peoples and the Law, which is open to the public.

Law professor opens classroom to everyone

January 21, 2019 — 
Activist, Educator and Lawyer, Joan Jack [BEd/82 UM, LLB/91 UBC], was the first guest lecture of the term to Dr. Bryan Schwartz’s inaugural class on Oral History, Indigenous Peoples and the Law

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