April 23, 2014
University of Manitoba
UM Today Week at a Glance
 

Below are selected headlines that appeared through the week on UM Today, the U of M’s news site. A wealth of additional UM Today stories, updated daily, can be accessed anytime at http://news.umanitoba.ca.

 
This Week's Headlines
 

Meet Distinguished Alumnus Scott Cairns: DAA event May 1

A watchdog for the world, a chemist and agent for good

 
 

Rights culture: Should we have the right to die?

Plan to attend the final Visionary Conversations event of the year!

 
 

Almost one-third of Canadian adults have experienced child abuse

First nationally representative study on child abuse and mental disorders in Canada

 
 

FAQs about Microsoft Ending Support for Windows XP Operating System

What does it mean, what is the university doing?

 
 

Film prof George Toles analyzes Mad Men as its final season begins

'I’m over-sensitive about anything to do with Mad Men’

 
 

25 Indigenous alumni in 25 Days: The next five

Leading up to the 25th annual Pow Wow on May 3

 
 

Meet some UM unsung heroes, add your own!

A creative project by campus photographer Mike Latschislaw

 
 
More News
 
Upcoming Events
 

School of Art 2014 Graduating Exhibition in ARTlab

Apr. 19 to 27 | hours as listed | ARTlab Building, 180 Dafoe Rd.

 
 

Ukrainian Canadian Alumni Benefit Concert For Students

Thursday, Apr. 24 | 7:00 PM | St. Andrew’s College Great Hall, 29 Dysart Rd., Fort Garry Campus

 
 

Faculty of Architecture Year End Exhibition

Friday, Apr. 25 | 6:30 to 11:00 PM | Russell & Arch 2 Bldgs.

 
 

Farewell Concert, University Singers

Friday Apr. 25 | 7:30 PM | St. John's Chapel (Fort Garry Campus)

 
 

Centre on Aging's 21st Annual Research Forum

Friday, Apr. 25 | 12:00 to 1:00 PM | 164 Apotex Centre, 750 McDermot Ave., Bannatyne Campus

 
 

Rh Award Public Lecture: Genetic Disorders: From Rh Disease to the 21st Century

Tuesday, Apr. 29 | 6:30 PM reception, 7:00 PM lecture | Robert B. Schultz Lecture Theatre, St. John’s College, 92 Dysart Rd.

 
 
More Events
 
  2014 Facts and Figures  
 
 
 
  Distinguished Alumni Awards  
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