January 20, 2016
UM Today Week at a Glance
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CANDID: Meet Amy Dytnerski

Grad student with fierce travel addiction is passionate about food security in the North

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Racism in Winnipeg

VOTE: Have initiatives and conversations about racism made positive changes in Winnipeg?

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A new collaborative approach to negotiations

Interest-based bargaining focuses on building relationships, understanding concerns — and finding joint solutions

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Time to get on it! (or off it)

Staff and faculty CC accounts shut down Feb. 20

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Help us make your commute better

Fill out a short survey for a chance to win prizes

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Black Hole Theatre presents Middletown

Big show about small town life runs from January 26 to February 6

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Welcoming one of Canada’s foremost cultural theorists

New Writer-In-Residence explores consumerism, ethics and culture

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The essential history of residential schools

New book is a collaboration between U of M Press and the NCTR

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Back on home ice

Women’s hockey team hosts Lethbridge on January 22-23

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Upcoming Events
 

Career Fair

Wednesday, Jan 20 | 9:30 am to 2:30 pm | University Centre

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Faculty of Science Honoured Alumni of the Year Awards

Thursday, Jan 21 | 3:30 pm | Robert B. Schultz Theatre

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Body Talks: Using Supplements

Thursday, Jan 21 | 5:00 pm | Active Living Centre

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Gift announcement from RBC Financial Group

Monday, Jan 25 | 9:00 am | Buhler Atrium

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Tanya Tagaq – Arctic Origins: Perspective Through Art

Monday, Jan 25 | 4:30 pm | Robert B. Schultz Theatre

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Indigenous Awareness Week 2016

Jan 25-29 | See times and locations

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Bison Sports alumni night: Women’s Hockey

Saturday, Jan 30 | 4:00 pm | Wayne Fleming Arena

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Visionary Conversations: Refugees, are we getting it right?

Wednesday, Feb 3 | 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm | Robert B. Schultz Theatre

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