AUGUST 15, 2018
UM Today Week at a Glance
Event this Week - Parking Restrictions in Effect
This Week's Headlines
 

An aspirin a day may keep HIV away, U of M study finds

‘These are highly promising results’

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Update to FAQs for international student health coverage

New information on coverage for the 2018-2019 academic year

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Exploring the U of M brand

Students, faculty, staff, alumni and donors invited to share insights and opinions

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In Focus: Bird research

Gathering significant insight into our feathered friends

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‘We are really excited to welcome all our new students’

Orientation eases new students into life on campus

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Op-Ed: Ontario’s basic income cut should bother Canadians

Law professor Lorna Turnbull on impact of ending basic income study

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Cold Genocide: Falun Gong in China

Interdisciplinary team writes impactful article on a genocide

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Saving our wetlands

Soil science professor part of team of looking into project of critical importance

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U of M continues to monitor situation with Saudi Arabian students

University gathering information in light of measures from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Alumni Answers: What was your most memorable class at the U of M?

Aiming to hear from alumni about their university days

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Full-steam success

Steam systems audit and repair deliver energy savings and environmental benefits

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Upcoming Events
 

Event Day: Bombers versus Redblacks

Friday, Aug. 17 | Parking restrictions start at 6 p.m.

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Pizza Party

Saturday, Aug. 18 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Research Stations - Bruce D. Campbell Farm & Food Discovery, 1290 Research Station Road, Glenlea

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Recreation Services Fall Programs

Registration opens today

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Homecoming

Monday, Sept. 24 – Sunday, Sept. 30 | Multiple events, times and locations

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